fluvio-, fluvi- (Latin: river, stream).
1. Pertaining to rivers and river activities; found or living in a river.
2. Produced by a river or stream.
One who explains certain phenomena in geology or physical geography by the action of existing streams.
Overflowed by a river, marshy.
Growing or living in streams.
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.
1. The formation of rivers.
2. A river system.
Inhabiting or frequenting rivers or streams; said of certain birds, fishes, mollusks, etc.
In geology, produced or caused by the action of streams and wind.
Pertaining to streams flowing from a glacier, or to deposits laid down from glacial streams; glaciofluvial.
An instrument for measuring and recording automatically the rise and fall of a river.
Pertaining to or produced by the action of both rivers and lakes.
A specialist in the study of rivers.
1. The study of rivers.
2. The facts and conditions relating to a river or a river-system.
1. Inhabiting rivers and the sea.
2. Applied to deposits formed by river-currents at the bottom of the sea.
An instrument for measuring the rise and fall of rivers.
1. Inhabiting streams and the surrounding land.
2. Pertaining to the land-surface of the globe and its rivers.
In geology, a reference to the combined action of volcanoes and streams, as in beds of volcanic ash deposited by a river.
Erosion as a result of running water or wave action.
Situated between (the valleys of) adjacent watercourses.
Having many rivers flowing into it.
Extending under a river.
Situated or dwelling across or beyond a river: