|Tunis, Gulf of||arm of the Mediterranean Sea in northeastern Tunisia|
|gulf||inlet of sea, portion of an ocean enclosed by land, bay; chasm, abyss, gap, vast difference, wide hole|
|Gulf States||oil-producing countries bordering Persian Gulf, U.S. states bordering Gulf of Mexico|
|Gulf Stream||warm current of the Atlantic Ocean, originating in the Gulf of Mexico and flowing northeastward along the coast of North America toward Newfoundland|
|Gulf War||conflict in Gulf involving U.S. forces, Iran-Iraq War|
|Gulf War syndrome||illness suffered by Gulf War veterans|
|Honduras, Gulf of||inlet of the Caribbean Sea, situated between southern Belize, eastern Guatemala, and northern Honduras|
|Joseph Bonaparte Gulf||inlet of the Timor Sea on the north coast of Australia, extending from Western Australia into the Northern Territory. It is 320 km/200 mi wide.|
|Mannar, Gulf of||arm of the Indian Ocean between the southern tip of India and western Sri Lanka|
|Martaban, Gulf of||inlet of the Andaman Sea, east of the Irrawaddy delta, southeastern Myanmar|
|Oman, Gulf of||arm of the Arabian Sea, situated between northern Oman and the southeastern coast of Iran|
|Queen Maud Gulf||gulf in the Arctic Ocean, between southeastern Victoria Island and the mainland of Nunavut, Canada|
|Saronic Gulf||gulf of the Aegean Sea, on the coast of southeastern Greece|
|Siam, Gulf of||Thailand, Gulf of|
|Sidra, Gulf of||arm of the Mediterranean Sea that forms a bay on the coast of Libya, northern Africa|
|St. Lawrence, Gulf of||deep inlet of the Atlantic Ocean between Newfoundland and the Canadian mainland|
|St. Vincent, Gulf of||gulf in southern Australia, located between the Yorke and Fleurieu peninsulas|
|Tonkin, Gulf of||northwestern arm of the South China Sea, bounded by Vietnam, mainland China, and the Chinese island of Hainan|
|Trieste, Gulf of||inlet of the northern Adriatic Sea, bordered by Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia|
|Tunis||capital city of Tunisia (country in northern Africa)|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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