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Yangon

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geographical name Yan·gon \ˌyän-ˈgōn\

Definition of Yangon

  1. 1 — see rangoon 1

  2. 2 or formerly and now unofficially Rangoon city & port historic ∗ of Myanmar on Rangoon River 21 miles (34 kilometers) from its mouth pop 4,477,600



Rhymes with yangon

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