Gulf may refer to:

  • Gulf (geography), a large bay that is an arm of an ocean or sea
  • Persian Gulf, a gulf in southwest Asia
  • Gulf of Mexico, a gulf between The United States of America and Mexico
  • Gulf (novel), a 1949 novel by Robert A. Heinlein

Other articles related to "gulf":

Rio, Greece - Geography
... It stretches along the southeastern coast of the Gulf of Patras, about 7 km northeast of Patras city centre ... of Rio, crossed by the Rio–Antirrio bridge, separates the Gulf of Patras from the Gulf of Corinth to the east ...
Gulf Islands - "Gulf of Georgia"
... The name "Gulf Islands" comes from "Gulf of Georgia," the original term used by George Vancouver in his mapping of the southern part of the archipelago and which before the San Juan ... and between them and Vancouver Island but has become a common misnomer for the entire Gulf, which includes waters such as Trincomali Channel (between Galiano and Saltspring Islands ... "The Gulf" refers to all such waters collectively, and to those communities and shores surrounding it ...
HMS Manchester (D95) - Gulf War
... In 1991, during the First Gulf War, she participated in numerous operations in the Persian Gulf, aimed at primarily upholding the trade blockade imposed on Iraq during Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait ... She won the lineage its newest battle honour - Persian Gulf 1991 ...
Gulf Of Morbihan
... The Gulf of Morbihan is a natural harbour on the coast of the Département of Morbihan in the south of Brittany, France ... Legend says that there are as many islands in the Gulf as there are days of the year ... However, this is untrue and the gulf has about 40, depending on the tide ...

Famous quotes containing the word gulf:

    I candidly confess that I have ever looked on Cuba as the most interesting addition which could ever be made to our system of States. The control which, with Florida, this island would give us over the Gulf of Mexico, and the countries and isthmus bordering on it, as well as all those whose waters flow into it, would fill up the measure of our political well-being.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)

    And into the gulf between cantankerous reality and the male ideal of shaping your world, sail the innocent children. They are right there in front of us—wild, irresponsible symbols of everything else we can’t control.
    Hugh O’Neill (20th century)

    His father watched him across the gulf of years and pathos which always must divide a father from his son.
    —J.P. (John Phillips)