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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".
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