geographical name river 163 miles (262 kilometers) SW British Columbia & NW Washington flowing S & W into Puget Sound

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  • Skagit — (pronounced skajit ) may refer to: *Skagit (tribe) mdash; The Skagit Native Americans. The other names are derived from this tribe. *Upper Skagit (tribe) mdash; One of two tribes carrying the Skagit name. *Lower Skagit (tribe) mdash; The other of …   Wikipedia

  • Skagit — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Hydronyme Le Skagit est un fleuve qui prend sa source en Colombie Britannique (Canada) avant de rejoindre l État de Washington (États Unis) pour… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Skagit — noun 1. a member of the Salish people in northwestern Washington • Hypernyms: ↑Salish 2. a Salishan dialect spoken by the Skagit • Hypernyms: ↑Salish, ↑Salishan * * * ˈskajə̇t noun (plural …   Useful english dictionary

  • Skagit — Skag·it (skăjʹĭt) A river, about 241 km (150 mi) long, of southwest British Columbia, Canada, and northwest Washington flowing into Skagit Bay, an inlet of Puget Sound. * * * …   Universalium

  • Skagit — ISO 639 3 Code : ska ISO 639 2/B Code : ISO 639 2/T Code : ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Living …   Names of Languages ISO 639-3

  • skagit — skag·it …   English syllables

  • Skagit County, Washington — Seal …   Wikipedia

  • Skagit Bay — is a bay and strait located in the U.S. state of Washington. It is part of the Whidbey Island Basin of Puget Sound. The Skagit River empties into Skagit Bay. To the south, Skagit Bay connects with the rest of Puget Sound via Saratoga Passage and… …   Wikipedia

  • Skagit River — Einzugsgebiet des Flusses Daten Gewässerkennzahl …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Skagit (tribe) — Skagit (pronounced IPA|/ˈskæʤɪt/, or approximately skajit ) refers to two groups of Native American people living in the state of Washington, the Upper Skagit and the Lower Skagit. The language of the same name is a subdialect of the Northern… …   Wikipedia

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