Tisza

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From Hungarian Tisza. Known in Latin as Pathissus, perhaps from Thracian-Dacian *patis (water); compare Sanskrit पाथस् (pāthas, water). The word may have been analyzed by the Slavic tribes as composed of Proto-Slavic *po (by, at) + *tisъ (yew) (compare Russian тис (tis)).

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Tisza

  1. a river in Central Europe, mainly flowing through Hungary and Serbia

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