Definitions for volgaˈvɒl gə, ˈvoʊl-
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Vol•gaˈvɒl gə, ˈvoʊl-(n.)
a river flowing from the Valdai Hills in the W Russian Federation, E and then S to the Caspian Sea: the longest river in Europe. 2325 mi. (3745 km) long.
Category: Geography (places)
Volga, Volga River(noun)
a Russian river; the longest river in Europe; flows into the Caspian Sea
The longest river in Europe, flowing 2325 miles through western Russia to the Caspian Sea.
an automobile brand manufactured by GAZ plant.
Volga is an automobile brand that originated in the Soviet Union to replace the venerated GAZ-M20 Pobeda in 1956. Modern in design, it became a symbol of higher status in the Soviet nomenklatura. Volga cars were also traditionally used as taxi cabs, road police interceptors, and ambulances. Four generations of Volga cars have been produced, each undergoing several updates during the production run.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a river of European Russia, the largest in Europe, which rises in the Valdai Hills, and after a course of 2200 m. falls by a delta with 200 mouths into the Caspian Sea; it is navigable almost throughout, providing Russia with 7200 m. of water-carriage, and has extensive fisheries, especially of salmon and sturgeon.
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