What is the English translation of the Italian word 'Gange'?

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" Ganges. " is an English equivalent of the Italian word. Gange. Specifically, the word is a masculine noun in its singular form. It refers to one of the world's most famous rivers, in India. The pronunciation will be "GAN-djey" in Italian.
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