Lvó River

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Lvó River
Lvó river collage
Top: Old Fáknir bridge crossing the Lvó in Pogašček.
Bottom: Typical Lvó basin landscape as seen near Oynifánis.
Lvó River Basin
Hydrographic map of the Lvó basin, with red marking the Lvó, and blue marking tributaries.
Native nameLepo (Fáknir)
Other name(s)Lebo (Finnic)
Lvó (Saavdis)
Zevu (Ellsic)
EtymologyUnknown, possibly pre-Fals
Basin
River mouthLvóthel, Fáknirland, Fals Empire
Countries Fals Empire
CitiesPogašček, Porodórex, Lvóvluul, Egsan, Oynifánis, Darmat
Population~10,022,000
Physiognomy
Length1,315.29 kilometres (817.28 mi)
Discharge
  • Average rate:
    993 m3/s (35,100 cu ft/s)

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.

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Tributaries