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Hydrographic map of the Lvó basin, with red marking the Lvó, and blue marking tributaries.
|Native name||Lepo (Fáknir)|
|Other name(s)||Lebo (Finnic)|
|Etymology||Unknown, possibly pre-Fals|
|River mouth||Lvóthel, Fáknirland, Fals Empire|
|Cities||Pogašček, Porodórex, Lvóvluul, Egsan, Oynifánis, Darmat|
|Length||1,315.29 kilometres (817.28 mi)|
The Lvó River (Fáknir: En Pols Ke Lepo (IPA: /ɛn pʰoɫs̪ kʰɛ ɫɛpʰo/); Finnic: En Boles Ke Lebo (IPA: /ɛn bolʷɛs kɛ lʷɛboˀ/); Saavdis: Vla Lvó (IPA: /vlɑ ɮvoː/); Ellsic: An-Tór Wók-Zevu (IPA: /ɒntoːr ɸoːgzævɯ/)) is a large river in southern Central Boroso.