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The name Ouse is from the Celtic or pre-Celtic * Udso-s , [1] and probably means simply "water" or slow flowing river. [2] The lower reaches of the Great Ouse are also known as "Old West River" and "the Ely Ouse", but all the river is often referred to simply as the Ouse in informal usage (the word "Great", which originally meant simply big, or in the case of a river long, is used to distinguish this river from several others called the Ouse).

The River Ouse ( / ˈ uː z / OOZ ) is a river in North Yorkshire , England. Hydrologically the river is a continuation of the River Ure , and the combined length of the River Ure and River Ouse makes it, at 129 miles (208 km), the sixth longest river of the United Kingdom and (including the Ure) the longest to flow entirely in one county. The length of the Ouse alone is about 52 miles (84 km).

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