• (rivers in England and Canada, town in New Zealand) enPR: tĕmz, IPA: /tɛmz/
  • (river in Connecticut) IPA: /θeɪmz/
Proper noun
  1. A river in southern England flowing 336 km (209 mi.) through London to the North Sea.
  2. A sea area centred on the Thames Estuary
  3. River in Ontario province, Canada, flowing 258 km (160 mi.) to Lake St. Clair.
  4. River in the U.S. State of Connecticut flowing 24 km (15 mi.) past New London to Long Island Sound.
  5. A town in the North Island of New Zealand, situated on the Firth of Thames (a large bay) and the Coromandel Peninsula.
  6. Surname
  • French: Tamise
  • German: Themse
  • Italian: Tamigi
  • Portuguese: Tâmisa
  • Russian: Те́мза
  • Spanish: Támesis

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