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List of tributaries of the Tigris

This is a list of tributaries of the Tigris by order of entrance.

The Tigris originates in Turkey, forms a part of the borders of Turkey-Syria and flows through Iraq. It joins the Euphrates forming Shatt al-Arab, which empties into the Persian Gulf.

River Entering the Tigris at Distance from mouth JHJDJHD Side
of the
entrance
Length
Devegeçidi right
Havar
Yenice
Karasu
Ambar Ambar, Diyarbakır, Turkey left
Kuru
Pamuk left
Salat
Batman Oymataş, Batman,Turkey left 115 km (71 mi)
Garzan 150 km (93 mi)[1]
Göksu right
Savur right
Botan Çattepe, Siirt, Turkey left
Little Khabur tripoint between Turkey, Syria and Iraq
Great Zab Calah, Iraq left 426 km (265 mi)
Little Zab Baiji, Iraq left 402 km (250 mi)
‛Adhaim left
Diyala below Baghdad, Iraq left 445 km (277 mi)

Notes

  1. ^ Boyutpedia

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