fluvio-, fluvi-

(Latin: river, stream)

effluvium (s) (noun), effluvia, effluviums (pl)
1. A foul-smelling outflow or vapor; especially, a gaseous waste.
2. An unpleasant smell or harmful fumes usually given off by waste or decaying matter.
3. A slight or invisible exhalation or vapor; especially, one that is disagreeable or noxious.
fluvial
1. Pertaining to rivers and river activities; found or living in a river.
2. Produced by a river or stream.
fluvialist
One who explains certain phenomena in geology or physical geography by the action of existing streams.
fluviated
Overflowed by a river, marshy.
fluviatic
Growing or living in streams.
fluviatile
1. Inhabiting rivers and streams; fluvial.
2. Of or pertaining to a river or rivers; found, growing, or living in rivers; formed, caused, or produced by the action of rivers.
fluviation
1. The formation of rivers.
2. A river system.
fluvicoline (adjective), more fluvicoline, most fluvicoline
Inhabiting or frequenting rivers or streams; said of certain birds, fishes, mollusks, etc.
fluvioaeolian
In geology, produced or caused by the action of streams and wind.
fluviograph
An instrument for measuring and recording automatically the rise and fall of a river.
fluviolacustrine
Pertaining to or produced by the action of both rivers and lakes.
fluviologist
A specialist in the study of rivers.
fluviology
1. The scientific study of rivers.
2. The facts and conditions relating to a river or a river-system.
fluviomarine
1. Inhabiting rivers and the sea.
2. Applied to deposits formed by river-currents at the bottom of the sea.
fluviometer
An instrument for measuring the rise and fall of rivers.

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