There is the Nile, the Blue Nile and the White Nile. There was a Yellow Nile but no Black Nile..
However the Ancient Egyptians sometimes called the river Ar or Aur (black) be…cause of the colour of the sediment left after the river's annual flood. ( Full Answer )
The White and Blue Nile's are separate tributaries of the the Nile River. They converge at Khartoum in Sudan then head north through Sudan and Egypt and exit into the Mediterr…anean Sea. ( Full Answer )
Nile is one of the major north-flowing rivers in northeasternAfrica. It is famous as the longest river in the world. During mycollege time, I visited this wonderful valley loc…ation with thehelp of popular travel agencies known as Ask Aladdin .I was fullysatisfied with their customer service. ( Full Answer )
The Blue Nile and the White Nile are each tributaries of the Nile River. The Nile Delta is at the northern end of the Nile where the Nile River meets the sea. But that is many…, many miles from Khartoum where the Blue Nile and the White Nile join each other. So the short answer to your question is "no". Wikipedia has some pretty pictures and maps of these rivers. If you really wanted to argue in favor of "yes", you could point out that the Nile delta is formed of sediment and most of the sediment in the Nile River comes from Ethiopia via the Blue Nile. ( Full Answer )
Well the word Nile is derived from not only Latin : NÄ«los; Greek: ÎÎµá¼±Î»Î¿Ï and derived from the Semitic: Nahal meaning river! It is probably derived from… the Egyptian language á¸¤'pÄ« or iteru meaning a great river which the Nile certainly is. But as a noun, no but as a proper noun, then yes. ( Full Answer )