). The modern Wad-Khakan or Kinifo; a small river on
the northern coast of Africa, between the Syrtes, and forming the eastern boundary of the
proper territory of the African Tripolis. The district about it was called by the same name,
and was famous for its fine-haired goats. The Roman poets use the adjective Cinyphius in the
general sense of Libycus or Africus.