Definition of Seyhan
1. Noun. A Turkish river flowing south southwest into the Mediterranean.
2. Noun. A city in southern Turkey on the Seyhan River.
Generic synonyms: City, Metropolis, Urban Center
Group relationships: Republic Of Turkey, Turkey
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Literary usage of Seyhan
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Kurds of Turkey: Killings, Disappearances and Torture by Lois Whitman (1993)
"Tahir seyhan, an official of the People's Labor Party (HEP) in ... Mr. seyhan died on April 11 after undergoing four days of interrogation. ..."
2. Turkey by Heike Brockmann (1998)
"Strategically located on a long bend of the seyhan River, the castle with its crenellated turrets is ..."
3. Hydropolitics along the Jordan River; Scarce Water and Its Impact on the by Aaron T. Wolf (1995)
"The western line of this project would deliver 1200 MCM/yr from the seyhan and Ceyhan rivers to Syria, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia (C. Duna in Starr and Stoll ..."
4. Managing Water for Peace in the Middle East; Alternative Strategies by Masahiro Murakami (1995)
"multinational fresh-water transfer or importation by pipeline, tankers, barges, or floating water bags, including — the Ceyhan/seyhan-Middle East Peace ..."
5. Water Balances in the Eastern Mediterranean by David B. Brooks, Ozay Mehmet (2000)
"These basins (Eastern Mediterranean, Antalya, Western Mediterranean, seyhan, and Ceyhan) constitute almost 25% of Turkey's total renewable water potential. ..."
6. Water Balances in the Eastern Mediterranean by David B. Brooks, Ozay Mehmet (2000)
"These basins (Eastern Mediterranean, Antalya, Western Mediterranean, seyhan, and Ceyhan) constitute almost 25% of Turkey's total ..."
7. Transactions of the Bombay Geographical Society by Bombay Geographical Society (1836)
"... from which the road winds by a difficult pass, which in many places is built up in steps, and opens in the valley of seyhan, which ia well watered, ..."