a river of Mauretania Caesariensis, which fell into the sea a little to the W. of Saldae. Ptolemy (4.2.9
) mentions it under the name of Οὔαβαρ
as if it had been a town; and Maffei (Mus. Ver.
p. 463) thought that he had discovered such a place in the name of Bavares, in an African inscription (cf. Orelli, Inscr.
no. 529). In Pliny (5.2. s. 1
) and Mela (1.6) the name is erroneously written Nabar.
It is probably the present Buberak.