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A gulf in geography is a large bay that is an arm of an ocean or sea. Not all geological features which could be considered a gulf have "Gulf" in the name, for example the Bay of Bengal or Arabian Sea.[1][2]

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The term may refer to:

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  • Guba, a Russian word (Russian: Губа) for gulf

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  1. ^ https://www.britannica.com/science/gulf-coastal-feature
  2. ^ Earth's Coasts - Page 11 0778732061 Bobbie Kalman - 2008 A bay is an area of the ocean where the land curves inward. A cove is a small bay A gulf is a big, deep area of ocean that has land almost all around it. This gulf is the Gulf of Mexico. A strait is a narrow inlet of water that flows between two ...