Definition of Humber in English:


Pronunciation /ˈhəmbər/

proper noun

  • An estuary in northeastern England that is formed at the junction of the Ouse and Trent Rivers near Goole and that flows east for 38 miles (60 km) to enter the North Sea at Spurn Head. It has the major port of Hull on its northern bank and is spanned by the world's largest suspension bridge, which opened in 1981 and has a span of 4,626 feet (1,410 m).