Somme

Somme, 1, a river of North France; rises in the department of Aisne, near St. Quentin, and flows 150 m. SW. and NW. to the English Channel; navigable as far as Abbeville. 2, A department (546) of North France, fronting the English Channel, between Seine-Inférieure (S.) and Pas-de-Calais (N.); one of the most prosperous agricultural and manufacturing districts of France; Amiens (q.v.) is the chief town.

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

Somerville, Mrs. Mary * Somnath
Solstice
Solway Firth
Solway Moss
Solyman II.
Soma
Somai, Brahmo
Somaliland
Somerset House
Somersetshire
Somerville, Mrs. Mary
Somme
Somnath
Somnath, Idol of
Somnus
Sonata
Sonderbund
Sonnet
Sons of the Prophets
Sontag, Henrietta
Soochoo
Sopherim, The

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