Yeşil Irmak

/ (jɛˈʃiːl ɪəˈmɑːk) /
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a river in N Turkey, flowing northwest to the Black Sea. Length: 418 km (260 miles)Ancient name: Iris
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How to use Yeşil Irmak in a sentence

  • But Ben-Yehuda got Irmak down far enough for both of them, terribly frostbitten, to be airlifted out.

  • With 758 the exception of Sivas, no town of importance lies in the valley of the Kizil Irmak throughout its course of over 600 m.

  • Following the track, we emerged after a couple of miles on a hill overlooking the long expected Geuk Irmak.

    A Kut Prisoner|H. C. W. Bishop
  • Our direction was now nearly due north, and every rise we topped would, we hoped, bring us in view of the Geuk Irmak valley.

    A Kut Prisoner|H. C. W. Bishop