Thabīa

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A map of northeastern Peilaš. The location of the Thabīa river is indicated.

< Thabīa

The Thabīa river is one of the major tributaries of the Aiwa. Its source is in the westernmost reaches of the Rathedān highlands. From there, the river flows north and east through the Eiwəl Gourun to meet the Aiwa at the town of Tikhōdōzē, about 200km northwest of Khalanu.

Names

Language Name Pronunciation Etymology
Proto-Xoronic Ǝtoha:quhi (ahəttih) [əˈto.hɑːˌqʊ.hi aˈhət.tɪh] "white-stone (river)"
Proto-Habeo Taʔuqʷuʔe [ˈta.ʔuˌqʷu.ʔe] PX Ǝtoha:quhi
Plains Habeo Tawɨʔɨya [ˈta.wɨˌʔɨ.ja] PHab. Taʔuqʷuʔe
Meshi Tawfwe [ˈtaw.fwe] PHab. Taʔuqʷuʔe (borrowed)
Štoso Taupuy [ˈtæw.pʉ] PHab. Taʔuqʷuʔe (borrowed)
Ndok Aisô Táufôxe [ˈtaːw.fɞ.ʔe] Me. Tawfwe (borrowed)
Adāta Thabīa [ˈtʰa.biː.ja] Pl.H. Tawɨʔɨya (borrowed)
Aθáta Θafîa [θaˈviː.a] Ad. Thabīa
Aθáta (Sawîyaran dialect) Sawîya [səˈwiː.jə] Ad. Thabīa
Mešmo Koyʔōn Tewa [ˈtɛ.β̞ɐ] Ad. Thabīa
Ayāsthi Ṫàvōıə [ˈθa.wœː.ə] Ad. Thabīa