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- A river in China, flowing north and east through Zhejiang into Hangzhou Bay.
- [1669, Nievhoff, John, John Ogilby, transl., An Embassy from the Eaſt-India Company of the United Provinces, to the Grand Tartar Cham Emperour of China, London: John Macock, OCLC 561227535, page 238:
- In the Province of Chekiang, near the chief City of Hangcheu, runs a River, which in regard of its courſe, is called ſometimes Che, at other times Cientang, and in ſome places Cingan.]
- (historical) A former name of Hangzhou, China.