Myor (Mee-yor)

noun by Lucy Goubert 

1. A specific shape that one witnesses multiple times in nature, that is a combination of geology and water and organisms and what-have-you. In other words, for instance, not a patch of skunk cabbage, but a bend in a creek which then gives way to a patch of skunk cabbage, that you have seen more than once.

2. Landscape recognition built through repetition.