ripari-, ripa-, rip-, riv-

(Latin: ripa, river, stream; bank, river bank, shore)

ripicoline (adjective), more ripicoline, most ripicoline
A reference to plants and animals that dwell on the banks of running water.
ripicolous (adjective), more ripicolous, most ripicolous
Inhabiting the banks of streams.
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".
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.
river basin (s) (noun), river basins (pl)
An extensive area of land drained by a river and its branches.
river bottom (s) (noun), river bottoms (pl)
Low-lying alluvial land along a river.
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.
riverine (RIV uh righn", RIV uh ren") (adjective), more riverine, most riverine
Of or pertaining to a canal of water and the inhabitants that are dwelling on the banks of a river

Cross references of word families that are related directly, or indirectly, to: "river, stream": amni-; fluvio-; meand-; oceano-; potamo-.