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fluvicole (verb), fluvicoles; fluvicoled; fluvicoling: river
This entry is located in the following unit: -cola, -colas; -cole; -colent; -colid; -coline; -colous (page 8)
potamicole (verb), potamicoles; potamicoled; potamicoling: river
To live or to thrive in rivers.

Some creatures that potamicole are the following:

  • Platypus, East Australia, Tasmania
river (RIV uhr) (s) (noun), rivers (pl)
1. A large natural stream of water; larger than a creek which flows through land areas and empties into a body of water; such as, an ocean or a lake and usually fed along its course by converging tributaries.
2 Etymology: from Old French riviere, from Latin riparia, "riverbank, seashore, river".
This entry is located in the following unit: ripari-, ripa-, rip-, riv- (page 2)
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(Latin: stream of water, river)
(Greek: deep, depth; the fauna and flora of the bottom of the sea; sea bottom; depth [by extension, this element includes lake, river, and stream bottoms])
(Latin: river, stream)
(Greek: river, stream)
(Latin: ripa, river, stream; bank, river bank, shore)
(Modern Latin: from Latin Rhenus, in honor of the Rhine River in Germany; metal)
(Greek: 1. Io, daughter of the river god, Inachus. 2. An arrow; poison, rust)
(Greek: winding; from a winding river; by extension, curving, walking around slowly, drifting, wandering, roaming, going around aimlessly)
(Greek > Latin: "the great river encompassing the whole earth"; hence, the "great Outward Sea" [as opposed to the "Inward" or Mediterranean]; the ocean)
Word Entries containing the term: “river
alluvial flat, river flat (s) (noun); alluvial flats, river flats (pl)
A small plain where gravel, sand, and mud are deposited on the sides of rivers during floods: Alluvial flats usually form where streams leave earth materials in river valleys or deltas.
This entry is located in the following unit: luto-, lut-, luv-, lu- (page 2)
fluviomorphology, river morphology
The study of a river channel and the network of tributaries within the river basin, in which an aerial view and the shape of a given cross section within a limited reach are examined at several points along the channel
ochthocole (verb), ochthocoles; ochthocoled; ochthocoling: river bank
Thriving or existing on the banks of rivers or streams.
This entry is located in the following unit: -cola, -colas; -cole; -colent; -colid; -coline; -colous (page 15)
ripicole (verb), ripicoles; ripicoled; ripicoling: river banks
To live on the banks of estuaries.
river and wetland habitat (s) (noun), river and wetland habitats (pl)
Various areas that are saturated with water; either seasonally or permanently and that consist of landscapes that have dense vegetation: "River and wetland habitats have a significant variety and quantity of animals and plants living in them."
This entry is located in the following unit: Habitats for the Living (page 1)
River Avon, Avon River; river river
The name "Avon" is a cognate of the Welsh word afon, "river"; from Celtic abona, "river"; therefore, both River Avon and Avon River literally mean, "River River".

As suggested by Shaun Woodcock, Bristol, England

This entry is located in the following unit: Pleonasms or Tautological Redundancies (page 19)
river bar (s) (noun), river bars (pl)
A ridge like accumulation of alluvium, or sediment deposited by flowing water; especially, soil formed in river valleys and deltas from material washed down by the water in a channel, along the banks, or at the mouth of the estuary.
This entry is located in the following unit: ripari-, ripa-, rip-, riv- (page 2)
river basin (s) (noun), river basins (pl)
An extensive area of land drained by a river and its branches.
This entry is located in the following units: bas-, baso-, basi-, ba-, bat- (page 3) ripari-, ripa-, rip-, riv- (page 2)
river bottom (s) (noun), river bottoms (pl)
Low-lying alluvial land along a river.
This entry is located in the following unit: ripari-, ripa-, rip-, riv- (page 2)
river morphology (s) (noun), river morphologies (pl)
The study of a channel pattern and its geometric forms at several points along a waterway, including the network of tributaries within a drainage basin.