There are several rivers called the Yeo in the West Country of England. Yeo is from a Saxon word ēa, meaning simply "river", "stream", or "water" district (cf. French l'eau), but the South Somerset Yeo is derived from a Celtic word gifl, meaning 'forked river'.
- The River Yeo (South Somerset), which joins the River Parrett near Langport. This river flows through Sherborne in Dorset, and the Somerset towns of Yeovil, Yeovilton and Ilchester
- The Congresbury Yeo, which runs from Compton Martin to the Bristol Channel near Kingston Seymour. The Yeo Valley company which produces organic yoghurt was originally based close to this river
- The Cheddar Yeo, which rises in Gough's Cave in the Cheddar Gorge, and is a tributary of the River Axe
- The Mark Yeo, another tributary of the River Axe
- The Lox Yeo River, another tributary of the River Axe
- The Blind Yeo
- The Land Yeo
- The Middle Yeo. These last three all drain the moors between Clevedon and Tickenham to the Bristol Channel
- The River Yeo (Barnstaple), also known as the Barnstaple Yeo, which joins the River Taw at Barnstaple
- The River Yeo (Lapford), also known as the Lapford Yeo, which joins the River Taw at Lapford
- The River Yeo (Molland), also known as the Molland Yeo, on the southern edge of Exmoor, which is a tributary of the River Mole (which is itself a tributary of the River Taw)
- The River Yeo (tributary of the Creedy), which joins the River Creedy north west of Exeter, having passed south of the town of Crediton
- The River Yeo (tributary of the Torridge), which joins the River Torridge near Bideford, having started near Hartland Point in western Devon
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