Esk

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See also: -esk and ėsk

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Esk

  1. A river in North Yorkshire, England that flows through Eskdale to Whitby.
  2. A river in Cumbria, England, which also flows through Eskdale.
  3. A river in Dumfries and Galloway council area, Scotland, which crosses the border into Cumbria, England, before flowing into Solway Firth.
  4. A river in Midlothian council area, Scotland, with the branches North Esk and South Esk.

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