Red Sea

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English Red See, Reede See, Rede See, reade sea, from Old English Rēad Sǣ, a calque of Latin Mare Rubrum, itself a calque of Ancient Greek Ἐρυθρᾱ̀ θάλασσα (Eruthrā̀ thálassa); equivalent to red +‎ sea.

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Red Sea

  1. A long, narrow sea between Africa and the Arabian peninsula; links the Suez Canal with the Arabian Sea.

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