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The River Dôkob (Olgish 'side-river' or 'beside the river', presumably reflecting on its role as major tributary of the Ilathw; Wertian Dygw, of the same meaning) is a major river of Belkondíl.


The largest tributary of the Ilathw, it rises from the eastern side of the Black Mountains above Nassar Niom and borders the Field of the Ilgasob to the north before converging with the Ilathw west of Cas Gennwr. Most of its course is within the counties of Lágon and Tarébras.