Category:River Plym

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Brezhoneg: Ar stêr Plym zo ur stêr e Devon, e Bro-Saoz, 30 km hed dezhi. Eieniñ a ra en Dartmoor, en ul lec'h geuniek anvet Plym Head, hag alese e red trezek ar c'hreisteiz. Hec'h anv an hini zo e hini kêr Plymouth, a oa Sutton hec'h anv kozh. Al Laira eo anv an aber.
Català: El Plym és un petit riu de Devon, a Anglaterra. Neix a 450 m sobre el nivell del mar a Dartmoor, des d'on segueix una direcció essencialment sud fins desembocar al mar uns 30 km després al Plymouth Sound prop de la ciutat de Plymouth.
Cymraeg: Afon yn Nyfnaint, de-orllewin Lloegr yw Afon Plym (Saesneg: River Plym). Mae'n aberu ym Môr Udd ger dinas Plymouth gan roi iddi ei henw ("Aber Plym").
English: The River Plym is a river in Devon, England. Its source is some 450m (about 1500 ft) above sea level on Dartmoor, in an upland marshy area called Plym Head. From the upper reaches which contain antiquities and mining remains the river flows roughly southwest and enters the sea near (and gives its name) to the city of Plymouth, where the settlement was historically known as Sutton. Its tidal estuary is known as the Laira. It is approximately 30 km (about 20 mi) long.
Nederlands: De Plym is een Engelse rivier van ongeveer 30 km lang, die haar naam heeft gegeven aan de stad Plymouth in het graafschap Devon.
Polski: Plym – rzeka w Devonie w Anglii, wypływająca z moczarów Dartmoor. Rzeka wpada do Kanału La Manche koło Plymouth. W dolinie rzeki działa w wybrane niedziele linia kolejowa Plym Valley Railway. Słowo "plym" wywodzi się prawdopodobnie z języka staroangielskiego i oznacza śliwę.

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