[kuh-lee-muh; Russian kuh-li-mah] /kəˈli mə; Russian kə lɪˈmɑ/

a river in the NE Russian Federation in Asia, flowing NE to the Arctic Ocean. 1000 miles (1610 km) long.
/Russian kəliˈma/
a river in NE Russia, rising in the Kolyma Mountains north of the Sea of Okhotsk and flowing generally north to the East Siberian Sea. Length: 2600 km (1615 miles)


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