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|name=Kashis River
 
|name=Kashis River
| name_native        = Kaşisçik ([[Balaki language|Balaki]]) <br> Kátytaagyk ([[Amaian language|Amaian]]) <br> Qaşisoze ([[Koman language|Koman]])
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| name_native        = Kaşisçik ([[Balaki language|Balaki]]) <br> Kátytaagyk ([[Amaian language|Amaian]]) <br> Qaşisaze ([[Koman language|Koman]])
 
| etymology          = 'Great River' (*kaθʉθa: 'great' [[Proto-Kashisan language]] + *guk 'river' [[Proto-Khamaian language]])
 
| etymology          = 'Great River' (*kaθʉθa: 'great' [[Proto-Kashisan language]] + *guk 'river' [[Proto-Khamaian language]])
 
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Revision as of 13:57, 10 March 2018

Kashis River
Native nameKaşisçik (Balaki)
Kátytaagyk (Amaian)
Qaşisaze (Koman)
Etymology'Great River' (*kaθʉθa: 'great' Proto-Kashisan language + *guk 'river' Proto-Khamaian language)
Basin
River mouthParshita Sea
CountriesKomania, Balakia, Amaia, Khambvan

The Kashis River is a major river of eastern Vaniu, forming part of the national borders of Balakia, Amaia, and Khambvan from its source in Komania. It is home to almost a third of Amaia's population, primarily in the city of Gynnyn.