I've always thought it odd that rivers are said to have a single "source". Isn

I've always thought it odd that rivers are said to have a single "source". Isn

I've always thought it odd that rivers are said to have a single "source". Isn't a river the result of all its tributaries? What gives one source priority over the other tributaries to a river? Isn't the distinction mostly made-up?

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