Indus

Indus, a great river of India, 1800 m. long; rises in Thibet, on the N. of the Himalayas, flows NW. through Cashmere, then SW. through the Punjab and Sind to the sea; its upper course is through great gorges and very rapid, but after the entrance of the Kabul River its way lies through arid plains, and it is navigable; after receiving the Panjnad its volume decreases through evaporation and the sinking of some of the many streams into which it divides in the sand; on one of the branches of the delta stands the thriving port of Kurrachee.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Indulgence * Inertia
Indiction
Indium
Individualism
Indo-China
Indo-European
Indo-Germanic
Indore
Indra
Induction
Indulgence
Indus
Inertia
Inez de Castro
Infallibility
Infante, Infanta
Inferi
Inferno
Inflection
Influenza
Infralapsarians
Infusoria

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