Definition of Tagus in English:

Tagus

proper noun

  • A river in southwestern Europe, the longest river on the Iberian peninsula. It rises in the mountains of eastern Spain and flows over 625 miles (1,000 km) west into Portugal, where it turns southwest and empties into the Atlantic Ocean near Lisbon.

    Spanish name Tajo, Portuguese name Tejo

Pronunciation:

Tagus

/ˈtāɡəs/