Wabash, Wabash River(noun)
a tributary of the Ohio River that rises in western Ohio and flows southwestward across Indiana
The Wabash River is a 503-mile-long river in the Midwestern United States that flows southwest from northwest Ohio near Fort Recovery across northern Indiana to southern Illinois, where it forms the Illinois-Indiana border before draining into the Ohio River, of which it is the largest northern tributary. From the dam near Huntington, Indiana to its terminus at the Ohio River, the Wabash flows freely for 411 miles. The Wabash is the state river of Indiana, and subject of the state song "On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away" by Paul Dresser. Two counties, eight townships, one Illinois precinct, one city, one town, two colleges, one canal, and four warships are all named for the river.
The numerical value of wabash river in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of wabash river in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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