Definition of Igapo
1. gapo [n -S] - See also: gapo
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Literary usage of Igapo
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Amazon and Madeira Rivers: Sketches and Descriptions from the Note-book by Keller-Leuzinger (1875)
"The igapo is inundated already by the ordinary level of the water. ... As soon as the igapo has risen by the deposits of the high waters above the ordinary ..."
2. The Medical Report of the Rice Expedition to Brazil by William Thomas Councilman, R. A. Lambert (1918)
"The igapo, really a swamp forest, (Fig. 1) is the lowest land, ... All of the rivers in the valley have igapo and varzea on both sides of them and extending ..."
3. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1901)
"cutting the low, flat igapo * lands into almost numberless islands. At the narrows of Obidos, 400 miles from the sea, it is compressed into a ..."
4. The Ibis by British Ornithologists' Union (1897)
"... we met everywhere the " Cri-cri-ó " (Lattina cineracea), a bird very well known to us as one of the most striking figures in the wet "igapo-f'orests" of ..."
5. The International Geography by Hugh Robert Mill (1915)
"... where palm-trees (igapo) grow from 60 to more than 200 feet high, often rooted bena'Ji floods 60 feet deep. Amongst the characteristic species are the ..."
6. Brazil Today and Tomorrowby Lilian Elwyn (Elliott) Joyce by Lilian Elwyn (Elliott) Joyce (1917)
"... Rio, 50 Agriculture in S. Paulo, 66 Barra Road, Bahia; Resaca, Rio; Upper Amazon, 74 Monroe Palacio, Rio; Municipal Theatre, S. Paulo, 88 igapo near Rio ..."