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List Of River Name Etymologies - Europe
... Avon Brythonic meaning "river" Avonbeg Irish meaning "small river" Avonmore Irish meaning "big river" Awbeg Irish meaning "small river" River Boyne Irish river goddess Boann, "white cow" Cam ... of that name, becoming "Hafren" in modern Welsh River Somer Slaney Irish meaning "river of health" Thames Latin "Tamesis" from Brythonic meaning "dark ...

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