interfluve


in·ter·fluve

noun \ˈin-tər-ˌflüv\

Definition of INTERFLUVE

:  the area between adjacent streams flowing in the same direction

Origin of INTERFLUVE

inter- + Latin fluvius river — more at fluvial
First Known Use: 1895

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