Where did the Nile River get its name from

In Egypt, the river is referred to by a few names including Bahr Al-Nil or Nahr Al-Nil. The Nile River flows northward, one of only a handful of such rivers in the world. It is the longest river in the world at 4,132 miles. It begins in Lake Victoria in Uganda and ends at the Mediterranean Sea.

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