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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Italian
Origin: rivoletto, from Latin rivulus, from rivus 'stream'

rivulet

noun
     
riv‧u‧let [countable] written
a very small stream of water or liquid
rivulet of
rivulets of rain running down the window

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