Definition of inver in English:

inver

Line breaks: inver
Pronunciation: /ˈɪnvə
 
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noun

[in place names] Scottish
  • The mouth of a river; an estuary: Inverness
    More example sentences
    • In Scotland, the invers and abers are distributed in a curious and instructive manner.
    • On the river Earn, there is an Inver at the confluence of the Powaffray.
    • As O'Huidhrin sang half a century later, it is "the land of the two invers," the creeks of Doonbeg and Liscannor.

Origin

early 17th century: from Scottish Gaelic inbhir.

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