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Louts
Origin North of Pau
Mouth Adour
43°44′27″N 0°56′1″W / 43.74083°N 0.93361°W / 43.74083; -0.93361 (Adour-Louts)Coordinates: 43°44′27″N 0°56′1″W / 43.74083°N 0.93361°W / 43.74083; -0.93361 (Adour-Louts)
Basin countries France
Length 86 km

The Louts, is a left tributary of the Adour, in Aquitaine, in the Southwest of France.

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Name

The name Louts could be related to the Basque cognate lohizun 'marsh'.[citation needed] It is documented in medieval Latin as Fluvius qui dicitur Lossium[1].

Geography

The Louts rises in Thèze, flows northwest through Chalosse and joins the Adour, in Hinx.

Départements and towns

References

  1. ^ (Gallia Christiana 12th century; with the usual permutation of the place of the i).

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