Damietta

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Dam·i·et·ta

 (dăm′ē-ĕt′ə) also Dum·yat (do͝om-yät′)
A city of northeast Egypt on the Nile River delta north-northeast of Cairo. It was conquered by Crusaders in 1219.
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Damietta

(ˌdæmɪˈɛtə)
n
(Placename) a town in NE Egypt, in the Nile delta: important medieval commercial centre. Arabic name: Dumyat
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Dam•i•et•ta

(ˌdæm iˈɛt ə)

n.
a city in NE Egypt, in the Nile delta. 121,200. Arabic, Dumyat.
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