Definition of disembogue in English:

disembogue

verb

[no object]rare
  • (of a river or stream) emerge or be discharged into the sea or a larger river.

    ‘that sea disembogues into the northern ocean’
    ‘the disemboguing of the brook’
    • ‘The Peyan river disembogues into the lake, and the Lachua, Tzetoc and Del Altar rivers drain it.’
    • ‘The main river of the watershed is the Umbuzeiro River which disembogues into the Bengue Reservoir.’
    • ‘Even those fish which swim in the Jordan, as it disembogues itself into this sea, perish the moment they touch it.’
    • ‘Before the construction of the lake in the mid-1960s, the creek ran ten miles and disembogued into the Angelina River two miles southwest of Naclina.’
    • ‘This place is about three leagues from the mouth of Lake Sandusky, where it disembogues itself into Lake Erie.’
    flow, stream, run, rush, gush, course, roll, cascade, flood, surge, rise, spurt, spout, squirt, jet
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Origin

Late 16th century: from Spanish desembocar, from des- (expressing reversal) + embocar ‘run into a creek or strait’ (based on boca ‘mouth’).

Pronunciation

disembogue

/ˌdɪsɪmˈbəʊɡ//ˌdɪsɛmˈbəʊɡ/