A large natural stream of water flowing in a channel to the sea, a lake, or another river
a river of molten lava
A body of ice flowing slowly down a gradient, a glacier.
A river that flows for 320 miles (515 km) from North Carolina through Virginia and into West Virginia, where it enters the Kanawha River
Of, relating to, or designating any of the nine bands of a North American Indian people living along the Pit River in northern California, also referred to collectively as the Achumawi.
A boy or young man who lives, works, or spends a lot of time on or near a river.
A boat which stops at designated places to pick up paying passengers.
Any of various North American catfish.
A freshwater eel.
A tutelary god supposed to live in and to preside over a river.
Any of several eucalypts occurring on riverbanks; especially the red gum, Eucalyptus camaldulensis, widespread across Australia.
North American slang. = river-driver.
A lot bordering on a river; specifically a long, narrow farm lot extending back from a river, especially one along the St Lawrence river, or in the Red River Settlement.
Any of several Australian trees of the genus Casuarina, or (more widely) the family Casuarinaceae, found on riverbanks or in moist ground, especially C. cunninghamiana, a large tree with needle-like foliage.
A payment made to sailors by a merchant or the captain of a merchant vessel, usually for work done in preparing the ship for a voyage.
A rat or any of various other rodents living on or near rivers.
The route which a journey by river follows.
Attributive Situated or passing under a river.
A river that flows for 180 miles (290 km) from southwestern Virginia into North Carolina to the Roanoke River
A river in Papua New Guinea—the country’s longest—that flows for 750 miles (1,200 km) from the border with Indonesia into the Gulf of Papua
A river in eastern China that flows southeast for 952 miles (1,532 km) from southwestern Shaanxi province to the Yangtze River in Hubei province. Chinese name Han Shui
A river in western Europe that rises in the Rhaetian Alps of Switzerland and flows for 320 miles (508 km) through the Austrian Tyrol past Innsbruck into southern Germany where it flows into the Danube River at Passau
A river in Russia that flows west for 842 miles (1,355 km) from Krasnoyarsk into the Ob River at Kolpashevo
A river in SE Asia, which rises in southern China and flows 1,175 km (730 miles) generally south-eastwards through northern Vietnam to the Gulf of Tonkin
A river that flows southeast for 300 miles (480 km) through Missouri and Arkansas, along the eastern edge of the Ozark Plateau
A river that rises in Russia’s Valai Hills and flows west, then north, for 634 miles (1,020 km) across Belarus and Latvia into the Gulf of Riga
A river that flows for 730 miles (1,130 km) from Wyoming through Colorado and Utah into the Colorado River
A river that flows northeast for 650 miles (1,050 km) from central Colombia into the Orinoco River and that forms part of the Colombia-Venezuela boundary
A river that flows for 625 miles (1,000 km) through northwestern Montana and southern Alberta, into the Missouri River. It is the most northwestern part of the Missouri-Mississippi river system
A river that flows for 980 miles (1,580 km) from Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania, where it is formed by the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers, through the eastern Midwest to join the Mississippi River at Cairo in Illinois
A river that flows for 1,194 miles (1,923 km) from northern British Columbia into Alberta to the Slave River
A river that flows northeast for 2,100 miles (3,400 km) from the Andes Mountains in eastern Peru into northwestern Brazil, where it joins the Amazon River
A short river that flows west along the Minnesota-Ontario border, past International Falls, into the Lake of the Woods. One of its sources is Rainy Lake, also on the border
The tract of country drained by a river and its tributaries, divided from neighbouring ones by a watershed.
Any of several freshwater sunfishes of the family Centrarchidae, especially the smallmouth bass, Micropterus dolomieu.
An official body established to monitor and maintain the condition of a river.
The common carp, Cyprinus carpio, as occurring in rivers; compare pond carp.
Any of several North American chubs of the genus Nocomis; now specifically N. micropogon of the eastern United States.
A mining claim that extends into a river.
A freshwater crab.
A religious cult which venerates and attaches particular spiritual importance to rivers.
(In a polytheistic religious system) a god or goddess presiding over a river.
Alluvial material deposited by a river in its valley (as opposed to that deposited by a glacier or ice sheet).
The action or an act of gathering and driving floating logs down a river to a sawmill.
A duck which frequents rivers; specifically a dabbling duck.
A fish that lives in rivers and streams; a freshwater fish, especially one that lives in running water rather than still water.
The source of a river.
A bird found in the vicinity of rivers and other inland waters, especially a relatively large swimming bird treated as game.
The source of a river.