Seret

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Seret

 

(known as Pravyi Seret in the upper course), a river in Ternopol’ Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, a left tributary of the Dnestr. The Seret is 248 km long and drains an area of 3,900 sq km. It flows over the Podol’e Upland and is fed predominantly by snow. The mean flow rate 77 km from the mouth is 12 cu m per sec. Ice does not form every year; in the years it does, it forms in November and lasts until early April. There are eight small hydroelectric power plants and reservoirs on the Seret. The cities of Ternopol’ and Chortkov are situated on the river.

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Thus there is no clear cut phonological distinction between discontinuous root and template derivation and linear stem and suffix formation, compare bidyon 'fiction' ([square root]bdy) and pizmon 'short song; ditty' ([square root]pzm) in (4), with sifron 'booklet' (sefer 'book'), in (6), and sirton 'short film / video' (seret 'film'; see Footnote 3 above), and nispon 'mouse-eared bat' (nesef 'late night', [square root]nsf/p) in (9).
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