Definition of Prut in English:

Prut

(also Pruth)

proper noun

  • A river of SE Europe, which rises in the Carpathian Mountains in southern Ukraine and flows south-east for 850 km (530 miles), joining the Danube near Galaţi in Romania. For much of its course it forms the border between Romania and Moldova.

Pronunciation:

Prut

/pruːt/