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Scheme of the Kama River Basin.
|Main source||Upper Kama Upland|
|River mouth||Kama River|
|Basin size||5,920 km2 (2,290 sq mi)|
|Length||257 km (160 mi)|
Inva (Russian: Иньва) – is a river in Perm Krai, Russia. It begins in the Upper Kama Upland near the border of Kirov oblast. Then, it flows through Komi-Permyak Okrug and into Kama Reservoir, forming Invensky Bay.
The main tributaries are Velva and Kuva (left), Yusva (right).
The name of the river is formed from the Komi-Permyak words “инь” (woman) and “ва” (water), which can be translated as “female water”.
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