Definition of Danube in English:

Danube

proper noun

  • A river which rises in the Black Forest in SW Germany and flows about 2,850 km (1,770 miles) into the Black Sea. It is the second-longest river in Europe after the Volga; the cities of Vienna, Budapest, and Belgrade are situated on it.

    German name Donau

Pronunciation:

Danube

/ˈdanjuːb/