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Buh

or

Southern Buh

(bo͞okh), Ukr. Pivdynnyy Buh, river, c.490 mi (790 km) long, rising in the Volhynian-Podolian hills, W Ukraine. The Buh, flowing generally SE into the Black Sea, is navigable for c.100 mi (160 km) from Voznesensk to its mouth. It is also called the Bug or Southern Bug.

Buh

or

Western Buh,

river, Eastern Europe: see BugBug
, Pol. Bug, Ukr. Buh or Zakhidnyy Buh, river, c.480 mi (770 km) long, rising in the Volhynian-Podolian hills, W Ukraine. It flows N along the Polish-Ukrainian and Polish-Belarusian borders past Brest and then NW through Poland to join the Vistula River
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