RIPLIANCUM

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RIPLIANCUM

Jaredite GN		Waters, meaning “large, to exceed all” (Ether 15:8)

No etymology is suggested.

As suggested for the preceding name, this name may be composed of two elements, ripli and ancum. The former may be identical with ripla; the latter may occur in the
Book of Mormon GN Moriancumer. The Book of Mormon itself supplies the gloss, “large, or to exceed all.”

Cf. Book of Mormon Riplah, Riplakish, Coriantum, Moriancumer, Lib