Wye

Wye, a lovely winding river in South Wales, which rises near the source of the Severn on Plinlimmon, and falls into its estuary at Chepstow, 125 m. from its head; rapid in its course at first, it becomes gentler as it gathers volume; barges ascend it as far as Hereford, but a high tidal wave makes navigation dangerous at its mouth.

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

Wycombe, High * Wykeham, William of
Wurtz, Charles Adolphe
Würzburg
Wuttke, Karl
Wyandots
Wyatt, Richard
Wyatt, Sir Thomas
Wyatt, Sir Thomas
Wycherley, William
Wycliffe, John
Wycombe, High
Wye
Wykeham, William of
Wynnad
Wyntoun, Andrew of
Wyoming
Wyoming Valley
Wyss, Johann Rudolf
Wyvern
Xanthus
Xantippe
Xavier, St. Francis

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