Probably from the Greek word "nile", meaning "river valley". In
ancient Egyptian, the river was known as the "great river".
The Blue Nile River and the White Nile River
The Nile River gets its name from the Greek word, "Nelios", the name means River Valley
The name of Egyptian's goddess of river Nile is Anuket.
Blue Nile White Nile Atbara River
Because the river Nile flows through it.
The River Nile is on the continent of Africa.
The Nile gets its name from the Greek word "Nelios", meaning River Valley.
No, she did not name the Nile.
The Nile comes from a Greek word. The word being Neilos, the name of an Egyptian River-God. The word translates to "River Nile."
The Nile River get its name from the Greek word "Amelios" meaning River Valley. Also the Egyptians named the river in Egypt - ABE45
The Blue Nile and the White Nile
the name of the river is nile
Yes, that's were they get there name from.