Minuf (mĬnōōf´), town (1986 pop. 69,673), N Egypt, between the Rashid (Rosetta) and Dumyat (Damietta) branches of the Nile River. It is the trade center for an irrigated agricultural region that produces corn, grain, cotton, and dairy products.
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