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Great Lakes

Great Lakes

A group of five lakes on the United States-Canada border, consisting of Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron (Lake Michiganu2013Huron), Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.

— Wiktionary

Lake

Lake

a pigment formed by combining some coloring matter, usually by precipitation, with a metallic oxide or earth, esp. with aluminium hydrate; as, madder lake; Florentine lake; yellow lake, etc

— Webster Dictionary

lake st. clair

Lake St. Clair, Lake Saint Clair

a lake between Ontario and Michigan; connected with Lake Huron and Lake Erie

— Princeton's WordNet

lake saint clair

Lake St. Clair, Lake Saint Clair

a lake between Ontario and Michigan; connected with Lake Huron and Lake Erie

— Princeton's WordNet

Lake Superior

Lake Superior

A lake in North America; the largest of the Great Lakes and second largest lake in the world by area. It is located higher than Lake Huron, hence the name.

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Victoria

Victoria

Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa.

— Wiktionary

Namaycush

Namaycush

a large North American lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush). It is usually spotted with red, and sometimes weighs over forty pounds. Called also Mackinaw trout, lake trout, lake salmon, salmon trout, togue, and tuladi

— Webster Dictionary

Winnipeg

Winnipeg

Lake Winnipeg, a large lake in Manitoba.

— Wiktionary

Powen

Powen

a small British lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeoides, or C. ferus); -- called also gwyniad and lake herring

— Webster Dictionary

Lake-dweller

Lake-dweller

see Lake dwellers, under Lake

— Webster Dictionary

Zygoma

Zygoma

the jugal, malar, or cheek bone

— Webster Dictionary

Bessie

Bessie

Bessie, a lake monster supposed to exist in Lake Erie in the United States.

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Urmia

Urmia

A saltwater lake in northwestern Iran near Turkey. Second largest saltwater lake on earth.

— Wiktionary

alkali flat

alkali flat

A dry lake; a remnant of lake consisting of fine-grained sediments infused with alkali salts.

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siscowet

siscowet

A freshwater fish from Lake Superior in the Great Lakes, a variety of the lake trout.

— Wiktionary

lakebed

lakebed

The bottom of a lake, especially after the lake has gone dry.

— Wiktionary

lake ilmen

Lake Ilmen, Ilmen

a lake in northwestern Russia; drains through the Volkhov River into Lake Ladoga

— Princeton's WordNet

ilmen

Lake Ilmen, Ilmen

a lake in northwestern Russia; drains through the Volkhov River into Lake Ladoga

— Princeton's WordNet

jugal

jugal

A bone found in the skull of most reptiles, amphibians and birds; the equivalent of a malar in mammals.

— Wiktionary

Winnipeg

Winnipeg

Winnipeg River, a river that flows 813 km from Lake of the Woods, Ontario, into Lake Winnipeg.

— Wiktionary

Baikal

Baikal

A large freshwater lake in southern Siberia, Russia; the deepest lake in the world.

— Wiktionary

lake onega

Lake Onega, Onega

lake in northwestern Russia near the border with Finland; second largest lake in Europe

— Princeton's WordNet

onega

Lake Onega, Onega

lake in northwestern Russia near the border with Finland; second largest lake in Europe

— Princeton's WordNet

niagara

Niagara, Niagara River

a river flowing from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario; forms boundary between Ontario and New York

— Princeton's WordNet

niagara river

Niagara, Niagara River

a river flowing from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario; forms boundary between Ontario and New York

— Princeton's WordNet

lower peninsula

Lower Peninsula

the part of northern Michigan between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron

— Princeton's WordNet

Niagara

Niagara

A river which flows from Lake Erie, over Niagara Falls into Lake Ontario; the geographical region of the United States and Canada in proximity to this river.

— Wiktionary

Titicaca

Titicaca

A lake in the South American Andes, noted for being the highest lake in the world.

— Wiktionary

Niagara River

Niagara River

A river in North America flowing to the north from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario and including the Niagara Falls.

— Wiktionary

Winnebagoes

Winnebagoes

a tribe of North American Indians who originally occupied the region about Green Bay, Lake Michigan, but were driven back from the lake and nearly exterminated in 1640 by the IIlinnois

— Webster Dictionary

Lake Ladoga

Lake Ladoga

A freshwater lake located in the Republic of Karelia and Leningrad Oblast in northwestern Russia, not far from Saint Petersburg. It is the largest lake in Europe.

— Wiktionary

Amia

Amia

a genus of fresh-water ganoid fishes, exclusively confined to North America; called bowfin in Lake Champlain, dogfish in Lake Erie, and mudfish in South Carolina, etc. See Bowfin

— Webster Dictionary

john speke

Speke, John Speke, John Hanning Speke

English explorer who with Sir Richard Burton was the first European to explore Lake Tanganyika; he also discovered Lake Victoria and named it (1827-1864)

— Princeton's WordNet

john hanning speke

Speke, John Speke, John Hanning Speke

English explorer who with Sir Richard Burton was the first European to explore Lake Tanganyika; he also discovered Lake Victoria and named it (1827-1864)

— Princeton's WordNet

speke

Speke, John Speke, John Hanning Speke

English explorer who with Sir Richard Burton was the first European to explore Lake Tanganyika; he also discovered Lake Victoria and named it (1827-1864)

— Princeton's WordNet

Cisco

Cisco

the Lake herring (Coregonus Artedi), valuable food fish of the Great Lakes of North America. The name is also applied to C. Hoyi, a related species of Lake Michigan

— Webster Dictionary

Emaju00F5gi

Emaju00F5gi

A river in Estonia which flows from Lake Vu00F5rtsju00E4rv through Tartu County into Lake Peipus, crossing the city of Tartu for 10 km. It has a length of 101 km.

— Wiktionary

upper peninsula

Upper Peninsula

the peninsula between Lake Superior and Lake Michigan that forms the northwestern part of Michigan

— Princeton's WordNet

detroit river

Detroit River

a short river flowing from Lake St. Clair to Lake Erie along the border between the United States and Canada; one the busiest inland waterways in the world

— Princeton's WordNet

Ontario

Ontario

A province of Canada lying between the provinces of Manitoba and Quebec. Its capital is Toronto. It takes its name from Lake Ontario which is said to represent the Iroquois oniatariio, beautiful lake. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p892 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p391)

— U.S. National Library of Medicine

Jugal

Jugal

pertaining to, or in the region of, the malar, or cheek bone

— Webster Dictionary

eyre

Eyre, Lake Eyre

a shallow salt lake in south central Australia about 35 feet below sea level; the largest lake in the country and the lowest point on the continent

— Princeton's WordNet

lake eyre

Eyre, Lake Eyre

a shallow salt lake in south central Australia about 35 feet below sea level; the largest lake in the country and the lowest point on the continent

— Princeton's WordNet

lake vanern

Lake Vanern, Vanern

a lake in southwestern Sweden; the largest lake in Sweden

— Princeton's WordNet

vanern

Lake Vanern, Vanern

a lake in southwestern Sweden; the largest lake in Sweden

— Princeton's WordNet

ladoga

Lake Ladoga, Ladoga

a lake in northwestern Russia to the north of St. Petersburg; the largest lake in Europe; drains through the Neva River into the Gulf of Finland

— Princeton's WordNet

lake ladoga

Lake Ladoga, Ladoga

a lake in northwestern Russia to the north of St. Petersburg; the largest lake in Europe; drains through the Neva River into the Gulf of Finland

— Princeton's WordNet

lake victoria

Lake Victoria, Victoria Nyanza

the largest lake in Africa and the 2nd largest fresh water lake in the world; a headwaters reservoir for the Nile River

— Princeton's WordNet

victoria nyanza

Lake Victoria, Victoria Nyanza

the largest lake in Africa and the 2nd largest fresh water lake in the world; a headwaters reservoir for the Nile River

— Princeton's WordNet

Lake Peipus

Lake Peipus

A large fresh water lake, on the border between Estonia and Russia in Northern Europe. It is the fifth largest lake in Europe, and largest in Estonia.

— Wiktionary

lake tsana

Lake Tana, Lake Tsana

a lake in northern Ethiopia; the largest lake in Ethiopia and the source of the Blue Nile

— Princeton's WordNet

lake tana

Lake Tana, Lake Tsana

a lake in northern Ethiopia; the largest lake in Ethiopia and the source of the Blue Nile

— Princeton's WordNet

Temporomalar

Temporomalar

of or pertaining to both the temple and the region of the malar bone; as, the temporomalar nerve

— Webster Dictionary

reservoir

reservoir

a lake that provides houses with a water supply

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

bed

bed

the ground beneath an ocean, river, or lake

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

water

water

a particular area of ocean, river, or lake water

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

Crannoge

Crannoge

one of the stockaded islands in Scotland and Ireland which in ancient times were numerous in the lakes of both countries. They may be regarded as the very latest class of prehistoric strongholds, reaching their greatest development in early historic times, and surviving through the Middle Ages. See also Lake dwellings, under Lake

— Webster Dictionary

Lake Skadar

Lake Skadar

Lake Skadar — also called Lake Scutari, Lake Shkodër and Lake Shkodra — lies on the border of Montenegro with Albania, the largest lake in the Balkan Peninsula. It is named after the city of Shkodra in northern Albania.

— Freebase

Cramer

Cramer

Cramer is an unincorporated community in Lake County, Minnesota, United States. The community is located 23 miles northeast of Silver Bay at the intersection of Lake County Road 7 and Lake County Road 8. Cramer is located 11 miles west of Schroeder. Cramer Lake, Kowalski Lake, and George H. Crosby Manitou State Park are in the vicinity. Cramer is 12 miles northeast of the community of Finland on Lake County Road 7. Cramer is located within Lake No. 1 Unorganized Territory of Lake County.

— Freebase

Lakelet

Lakelet

a little lake

— Webster Dictionary

hardpan

hardpan

A dry lake.

— Wiktionary

limno-

limno-

lake, pond

— Wiktionary

lakeward

lakeward

toward a lake

— Wiktionary

turlough

turlough

A temporary lake

— Wiktionary

lakewide

lakewide

Throughout a lake.

— Wiktionary

lakelet

lakelet

A small lake.

— Wiktionary

Meer

Meer

see Mere, a lake

— Webster Dictionary

Lochan

Lochan

a small lake; a pond

— Webster Dictionary

Jeel

Jeel

a morass; a shallow lake

— Webster Dictionary

Mere

Mere

a pool or lake

— Webster Dictionary

Laky

Laky

pertaining to a lake

— Webster Dictionary

Dutch pink

Dutch pink

A yellow lake pigment.

— Wiktionary

billabong

billabong

An oxbow lake.

— Wiktionary

Mu00FDvatn

Mu00FDvatn

a lake in Iceland

— Wiktionary

LES

LES

lake effect snow

— Wiktionary

Mar

Mar

a small lake. See Mere

— Webster Dictionary

Tarn

Tarn

a mountain lake or pool

— Webster Dictionary

shore

shore

the land next to the ocean, a lake, a river, etc.

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

Utah

Utah

A Capital: Salt Lake City.

— Wiktionary

lakeless

lakeless

Without a lake or lakes.

— Wiktionary

Merlins grass

Merlins grass

lake quillwort, Isoetes lacustris

— Wiktionary

lakeshore

lakeshore

The shore of a lake.

— Wiktionary

lakewater

lakewater

The water in a lake.

— Wiktionary

Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg

Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg

A lake in Massachusetts, USA.

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vlei

vlei

A wet land or lake

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lakers

lakers

; a ship used on a lake.

— Wiktionary

Inari

Inari

A lake in Finnish Lapland.

— Wiktionary

Bu0119dzin

Bu0119dzin

Lake in Pojezierze Myu015Bliborskie.

— Wiktionary

Geneva

Geneva

Largest lake in Switzerland.

— Wiktionary

Sebago Lake

Sebago Lake

a large lake in Maine.

— Wiktionary

Clair, St.

Clair, St.

a lake 30 m. long by 12 broad, connecting Lake Erie with Lake Huron.

— The Nuttall Encyclopedia

Dogfish

Dogfish

the burbot of Lake Erie

— Webster Dictionary

Ling

Ling

the burbot of Lake Ontario

— Webster Dictionary

lakeward

lakeward

facing or leading toward a lake

— Wiktionary

Tyrifjorden

Tyrifjorden

A lake in Buskerud county, Norway

— Wiktionary

lakeside

lakeside

On the side of a lake

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Vodlozero

Vodlozero

A large freshwater lake in Karelia

— Wiktionary

Moosehead Lake

Moosehead Lake

A large lake in northern Maine.

— Wiktionary

Kendal

Kendal

A town in the Lake District.

— Wiktionary

kettle lake

kettle lake

A lake formed in a kettle hole.

— Wiktionary

lakehouse

lakehouse

A house whose grounds border a lake.

— Wiktionary

proprietary

proprietary

Privately owned, as a proprietary lake.

— Wiktionary

Lake Miwok

Lake Miwok

The Lake Miwok were a branch of the Miwok, a Native American people of Northern California. The Lake Miwok lived in the Clear Lake basin of what is now called Lake County.

— Freebase

Sevan

Sevan

Large freshwater mountain lake in Armenia.

— Wiktionary

Winnipesaukee

Winnipesaukee

A large lake in New Hampshire, USA.

— Wiktionary

nonlake

nonlake

Not of or pertaining to a lake.

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Lake Malar

Lake Malar

the third-largest lake in Sweden

— Wiktionary

Utoeya

Utoeya

An island in Tyrifjordenu200E lake, Norway

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outlet

outlet

a river that runs out of a lake

— Wiktionary

Chaubunagungamaug

Chaubunagungamaug

A small lake east of Webster, Massachusetts.

— Wiktionary

Lake Mu00E4laren

Lake Mu00E4laren

the third-largest lake in Sweden

— Wiktionary

laky

laky

of, pertaining to, or resembling a lake

— Wiktionary

Lindau

Lindau

A town in Bavaria, on Lake Constance

— Wiktionary

Malar

Malar

of or pertaining to the region of the cheek bone, or to the malar bone; jugal

— Webster Dictionary

Loch

Loch

a lake; a bay or arm of the sea

— Webster Dictionary

Lough

Lough

a loch or lake; -- so spelt in Ireland

— Webster Dictionary

Whitneyite

Whitneyite

an arsenide of copper from Lake Superior

— Webster Dictionary

Michigan

Michigan

Lake Michigan, one of the Great Lakes

— Wiktionary

mackinaw trout

mackinaw trout

The North American lake trout, Salvelinus namaycush.

— Wiktionary

Volvi

Volvi

An lake east of Thessaloniki in Greece

— Wiktionary

eyot

eyot

A little island, especially in a river or lake.

— Wiktionary

deep

deep

(meaning 1 above) part of a lake, sea, etc.

— Wiktionary

Xocomil

Xocomil

A wind in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, Central America

— Wiktionary

Piirissaar

Piirissaar

An Estonian island located in Lake Peipus.

— Wiktionary

lodge

lodge

A beaver's shelter constructed on a pond or lake.

— Wiktionary

salt flat

salt flat

A dry lake bed consisting primarily of salt.

— Wiktionary

Mannea

Mannea

ancient region south-east of lake Urmia

— Wiktionary

tarn

tarn

A small mountain lake, especially in Northern England.

— Wiktionary

Bena

Bena

A people who live north of Lake Nyasa.

— Wiktionary

Van

Van

A city on the shore of that lake.

— Wiktionary

maar

maar

a broad volcanic crater, usually filled with a lake

— Wiktionary

lakelike

lakelike

Resembling a lake or some aspect of one.

— Wiktionary

outburst flood

outburst flood

A flood caused by a lake or reservoir overflowing.

— Wiktionary

Borrowdale

Borrowdale

A valley in Lake District of Cumbria, England.

— Wiktionary

Lake Albert

Lake Albert

Lake Albert – also Albert Nyanza and formerly Lake Mobutu Sese Seko – is one of the African Great Lakes. It is Africa's seventh-largest lake, and the world's twenty-seventh largest lake by volume.

— Freebase

Eyot

Eyot

a little island in a river or lake. See Ait

— Webster Dictionary

Barrier Lake

Barrier Lake

Barrier Lake is a man made reservoir at the north end of Kananaskis Country in Alberta, Canada. Highway 40 runs between the lake and Mount Baldy, on the eastern shore. It is entirely located in the Bow Valley Provincial Park. Barrier Lake was created for hydroelectric power generation on the Kananaskis River. The dam that impounds the lake is at the north end of the lake. The lake is also used for recreational activities, with hiking paths surrounding the lake. A visitor centre is located on the eastern shore. Two day-use areas, Barrier Dam and Barrier Lake, are maintained by Alberta Community Development. The Jewell Bay Backcountry Campground is established 4 km from the dam. Water-skiing is permitted on the lake, but is rarely done due to the low temperatures of the water. Barrier Lake was used in the 2003 film X2: X-Men United as the stand in for Alkali Lake and in Heartland as Eagle Lake.

— Freebase

subglacial lake

subglacial lake

Any lake that is permanently covered by ice.

— Wiktionary

Ontario

Ontario

A lake between Ontario province and New York State.

— Wiktionary

Serpentine

Serpentine

Name of the lake in Hyde Park, London.

— Wiktionary

gwyniad

gwyniad

A freshwater fish native to Bala Lake in Wales.

— Wiktionary

lough

lough

A lake or long, narrow inlet, especially in Ireland

— Wiktionary

Nyasa

Nyasa

Nyasa, also spelled Nyassa or Niassa, is a common word for "lake" in the languages spoken around what is now known as Lake Malawi. In the colonial period that lake was called Lake Nyasa and Malawi was named Nyasaland.

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pond

pond, pool

a small lake

— Princeton's WordNet

pool

pond, pool

a small lake

— Princeton's WordNet

Bluefin

Bluefin

a species of whitefish (Coregonus nigripinnis) found in Lake Michigan

— Webster Dictionary

Lake Peipus

Lake Peipus

Lake Peipus, is the biggest transboundary lake in Europe on the border between Estonia and Russia. The lake is the fifth largest in Europe after Lake Ladoga and Lake Onega in Russia north of St. Petersburg, Lake Vänern in Sweden, and Lake Saimaa in Finland. Lake Peipus is a remnant of a bigger body of water which existed in this area during an Ice Age. It covers 3,555 km², and has an average depth of 7.1 m, the deepest point being 15 m. The lake has several islands and consists of 3 parts: ⁕Lake Peipsi/Chudskoe is the northern part of the lake with the area of 2611 km². ⁕Lake Pihkva/Pskovskoe is the southern part of the lake. ⁕Lake Lämmijärv/Teploe is the sound connecting both parts of the lake. The lake is used for fishing and recreation, but suffered from some environmental degradation from Soviet era agriculture. Some 30 rivers and streams discharge into Lake Peipus. The largest rivers are the Emajõgi and the Velikaya River. The lake is drained by the Narva River.

— Freebase

Subglacial lake

Subglacial lake

A subglacial lake is a lake under a glacier, typically an ice cap or ice sheet. There are many such lakes, with Lake Vostok in Antarctica being by far the largest known at present.

— Freebase

soda lake

soda lake

A lake, fed by alkaline springs, that has no outlet

— Wiktionary

cryptodepression

cryptodepression

The portion of a lake which lies below sea level.

— Wiktionary

Tahoe

Tahoe

A freshwater lake on the border of California and Nevada.

— Wiktionary

crater lake

crater lake

A lake that has formed in the caldera of a volcano.

— Wiktionary

lakefront

lakefront

Land or an area which is adjacent to a lake.

— Wiktionary

Rien

Rien

Rien is a lake in the municipality of Røros in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. The 14.87-square-kilometre lake is located on the Glomma river, just north of the lake Aursunden. The village of Brekken lies about 6 kilometres south of the lake.

— Freebase

Carminated

Carminated

of, relating to, or mixed with, carmine; as, carminated lake

— Webster Dictionary

lakefront

lakefront

land bordering a lake

— Princeton's WordNet

Haya

Haya

a group of people who live near Lake Victoria in Tanzania

— Wiktionary

inwash

inwash

The washing in of soil (into a lake etc) from elsewhere.

— Wiktionary

pell

pell

a body of water somewhere between a pond and a lake in size.

— Wiktionary

glade

glade

an open space in the ice on a river or lake

— Wiktionary

Chicago

Chicago

A large city located on Lake Michigan in northeastern Illinois, USA.

— Wiktionary

togue

togue

lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush), a freshwater char of northern North America.

— Wiktionary

Margin

Margin

a border; edge; brink; verge; as, the margin of a river or lake

— Webster Dictionary

lakeside

lakeside, lakeshore

the shore of a lake

— Princeton's WordNet

lake bottom

lake bed, lake bottom

the bottom of a lake

— Princeton's WordNet

lakeshore

lakeside, lakeshore

the shore of a lake

— Princeton's WordNet

lough

lough

Irish word for a lake

— Princeton's WordNet

lake bed

lake bed, lake bottom

the bottom of a lake

— Princeton's WordNet

loch

loch

Scottish word for a lake

— Princeton's WordNet

loch achray

Loch Achray

a lake in central Scotland

— Princeton's WordNet

Lake Placid

Lake Placid

Lake Placid is a village in the Adirondack Mountains in Essex County, New York, United States. As of the 2000 census, the village had a population of 4,549. The Village of Lake Placid is near the center of the Town of North Elba, 52 miles southwest of Plattsburgh. Lake Placid, along with nearby Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake, comprise what is known as the Tri-Lakes region. Lake Placid hosted the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics.

— Freebase

nektobenthic

nektobenthic

Describing organisms that swim near the bottom of a sea or lake

— Wiktionary

Lake Constance

Lake Constance

A lake on the River Rhine, situated in Austria, Germany and Switzerland

— Wiktionary

namaycush

namaycush

A large North American lake trout, Salvelinus namaycush, usually spotted with red.

— Wiktionary

Lake Tanganyika

Lake Tanganyika

Lake Tanganyika is an African Great Lake. It is estimated to be the second largest freshwater lake in the world by volume, and the second deepest, in both cases, after only Lake Baikal in Siberia; it is also the world's longest freshwater lake. The lake is divided among four countries – Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi, and Zambia, with Tanzania and the DRC possessing the majority of the lake. The water flows into the Congo River system and ultimately into the Atlantic Ocean.

— Freebase

Lake No

Lake No

Lake No is a lake in South Sudan. It is located just north of the vast swamp of the Sudd, at the confluence of the Bahr al Jabal and Bahr el Ghazal rivers. It marks the transition between the Bahr al Jabal and White Nile proper. Lake No is located approximately 1,156 km downstream of Uganda's Lake Albert, the major lake on the White Nile preceding Lake No. The lake is considered the center of the Reweng people of Panrou section of Dinka peoples.

— Freebase

Pollan

Pollan

a lake whitefish (Coregonus pollan), native of Ireland. In appearance it resembles a herring

— Webster Dictionary

salton sea

Salton Sea

a saltwater lake in southeastern California

— Princeton's WordNet

Merton

Merton

Any of several placenames in England from words meaning lake and settlement

— Wiktionary

meromictic lake

meromictic lake

any lake whose waters are permanently stratified and do not completely circulate

— Wiktionary

excursion steamer

excursion steamer

A steamboat used to take people on coastal, lake or river pleasure-trips.

— Wiktionary

debouche

debouche

To discharge into a larger body of water such as a lake or sea.

— Wiktionary

Terrace

Terrace

a level plain, usually with a steep front, bordering a river, a lake, or sometimes the sea

— Webster Dictionary

Soda Lake

Soda Lake

Soda Lake is a dry lake at the terminus of the Mojave River in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County, California. The lake has standing water during wet periods, and water can be found beneath the surface. Soda Lake along with Silver Lake are what remains of the large, perennial, Holocene Lake Mojave. The waters of the lake, now with no outlet, evaporate and has left alkaline evaporites of sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate. Soda Lake is located on the southern side of Interstate 15, and can be seen at the Zzyzx Road interchange and the Oat Ditch bridge, as well as the Soda Lake bridge looking south from Baker.

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Lake Zug

Lake Zug

Lake Zug is a lake in Central Switzerland, situated between Lucerne and Zurich. The Lorze as the main feeder river empties its waters into the lake at its northern extremity, but 1 km further west issues from the lake to pursue its course towards the Reuss. Due to this poor feeding, Environmental protection is very important as the lake would suffer long term damage if polluted as the second of the rivers, Rigiaa, feeds only a marginal amount into the lake at its southern end.

— Freebase

balaton

Balaton, Lake Balaton, Plattensee

a large shallow lake in western Hungary

— Princeton's WordNet

plattensee

Balaton, Lake Balaton, Plattensee

a large shallow lake in western Hungary

— Princeton's WordNet

lake balaton

Balaton, Lake Balaton, Plattensee

a large shallow lake in western Hungary

— Princeton's WordNet

Lake Nipigon

Lake Nipigon

Lake Nipigon is the largest lake entirely within the boundaries of the Canadian province of Ontario. It is sometimes described as the sixth Great Lake.

— Freebase

tarpit

tarpit

a geological occurrence where subterranean bitumen leaks to the surface, creating a lake of asphalt

— Wiktionary

boathouse

boathouse

A building at the edge of a river or lake in which boats are kept.

— Wiktionary

effluent

effluent

A stream that flows out, such as from a lake or reservoir; an outflow; effluence.

— Wiktionary

Siscowet

Siscowet

a large, fat variety of the namaycush found in Lake Superior; -- called also siskawet, siskiwit

— Webster Dictionary

Quake Lake

Quake Lake

Quake Lake is a lake in southwestern Montana in the United States. It was created after an earthquake struck on August 17, 1959, killing 28 people. Today, Quake Lake is 190 feet deep and 6 miles long. US 287 follows the lake and offers glimpses of the effects of the earthquake and landslide and visitor center is just off the road. The lake is mostly within Gallatin National Forest.

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higi

Higi, Kapsiki

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

thunder bay

Thunder Bay

a port city in Ontario on Lake Superior

— Princeton's WordNet

kola

Daba, Kola, Musgoi

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

kapsiki

Higi, Kapsiki

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

tarn

tarn

a mountain lake (especially one formed by glaciers)

— Princeton's WordNet

kotoko

Kotoko

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

gidar

Gidar

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

daba

Daba, Kola, Musgoi

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

matakam

Matakam, Mafa

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

monroe

Monroe

a town of southeast Michigan on Lake Erie

— Princeton's WordNet

mulwi

Musgu, Munjuk, Mulwi

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

musgoi

Daba, Kola, Musgoi

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

musgu

Musgu, Munjuk, Mulwi

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

bura

Bura, Pabir

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

pabir

Bura, Pabir

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

munjuk

Musgu, Munjuk, Mulwi

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

bata

Bata

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

mafa

Matakam, Mafa

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

duluth

Duluth

a city in northeast Minnesota on Lake Superior

— Princeton's WordNet

sukur

Sukur

a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

reliction

reliction

the gradual loss of water from a river, lake etc to leave permanent dry land

— Wiktionary

Thames

Thames

River in Ontario province, Canada, flowing 258 km (160 mi.) to Lake St. Clair.

— Wiktionary

Lake Ladoga

Lake Ladoga

Lake Ladoga is a freshwater lake located in the Republic of Karelia and Leningrad Oblast in northwestern Russia just outside the outskirts of Saint Petersburg. It is the largest lake in Europe, and the 14th largest freshwater lake by area in the world.

— Freebase

Moosehead Lake

Moosehead Lake

Moosehead Lake is the largest lake in the U.S. state of Maine and the largest mountain lake in the eastern United States. Situated in the Longfellow Mountains in the Maine Highlands Region, the lake is the source of the Kennebec River. Towns that border the lake include Greenville to the south and Rockwood to the northwest. There are over 80 islands in the lake, the largest being Sugar Island. The area has been the focal point of a controversy surrounding planned large scale commercial development, and the environmental practices of the developer.

— Freebase

Lake George

Lake George

Lake George is a town in Warren County, New York, USA. The population was 3,578 at the 2000 census. The town is named after the lake, Lake George. Within the town is a village also named Lake George. The town is part of the Glens Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area.

— Freebase

Carmine

Carmine

a beautiful pigment, or a lake, of this color, prepared from cochineal, and used in miniature painting

— Webster Dictionary

Benna

Benna

Benna is a lake in the municipality of Melhus in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. The lake is located west of the Gaula River, about 3 kilometres west of Lundamo. The lake is the drinking water supply for the municipality.

— Freebase

fox river

Fox River

a river in Wisconsin that flows into Lake Michigan

— Princeton's WordNet

artificial lake

reservoir, artificial lake, man-made lake

lake used to store water for community use

— Princeton's WordNet

erie

Erie

a port city on Lake Erie in northwestern Pennsylvania

— Princeton's WordNet

reservoir

reservoir, artificial lake, man-made lake

lake used to store water for community use

— Princeton's WordNet

Diyari

Diyari

The Dieri is an Indigenous Australian group and language from the South Australian desert—specifically Cooper and Leigh Creek, Lake Howitt, and Lake Hope, Lake Gregory and Clayton River and low country north of Mount Freeling.

— Freebase

waterfront

waterfront

the part of a city or town at the edge of a lake, river, or ocean

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

Lake Eyre

Lake Eyre

Lake Eyre, officially known as Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre, is the lowest point in Australia, at approximately 15 m below sea level, and, on the rare occasions that it fills, the largest lake in Australia and 18th largest in the world. The temporary, shallow lake is the depocenter of the vast Lake Eyre Basin and is found in South Australia, some 700 km north of Adelaide. The lake was named in honour of Edward John Eyre, who was the first European to see it, in 1840. The lake's official name was changed in December 2012 to combine the name "Lake Eyre" with the indigenous name, Kati Thanda. Native title over the lake and surrounding region is held by the Arabana people.

— Freebase

Lake Nasser

Lake Nasser

Lake Nasser is a vast reservoir in southern Egypt, and northern Sudan, and is one of the largest man-made lakes in the world. Strictly, "Lake Nasser" refers only to the much larger portion of the lake that is in Egyptian territory, with the Sudanese preferring to call their smaller body of water Lake Nubia. The area of Sudan-administered Wadi Halfa Salient was largely flooded by Lake Nasser.

— Freebase

Rivers

Rivers

Large natural streams of FRESH WATER formed by converging tributaries and which empty into a body of water (lake or ocean).

— U.S. National Library of Medicine

Effluent

Effluent

a stream that flows out of another stream or lake

— Webster Dictionary

omul

omul

A salmon-like species of fish, scientific name Coregonus autumnalis migratorius, native to Lake Baikal in Siberia

— Wiktionary

Manipogo

Manipogo

A large aquatic creature, similar to the Loch Ness monster, which supposedly lives in Lake Manitoba, Canada.

— Wiktionary

pond

pond

An inland body of standing water, either natural or man-made, that is smaller than a lake.

— Wiktionary

Lucerne Lake

Lucerne Lake

Lucerne Lake is a dry lake bed in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County, California, 24 km east of Apple Valley. The lake is approximately 6 km long and 8 km at its widest point.

— Freebase

Lake Okeechobee

Lake Okeechobee

Lake Okeechobee, locally referred to as The Lake or The Big O, is the largest freshwater lake in the state of Florida. It is the seventh largest freshwater lake in the United States and the second largest freshwater lake contained entirely within the lower 48 states. However, it is the largest freshwater lake completely within a single one of the lower 48 states. Okeechobee covers 1,900 square kilometres, approximately half the size of the state of Rhode Island, and is exceptionally shallow for a lake of its size, with an average depth of only 3 metres. The lake is divided between Glades, Okeechobee, Martin, Palm Beach, and Hendry counties. All five counties meet at one point near the center of the lake.

— Freebase

ithaca

Ithaca

a college town in central New York on Lake Cayuga

— Princeton's WordNet

chari river

Shari, Shari River, Chari, Chari River

an African river that flows northwest into Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

shari river

Shari, Shari River, Chari, Chari River

an African river that flows northwest into Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

corrie

cirque, corrie, cwm

a steep-walled semicircular basin in a mountain; may contain a lake

— Princeton's WordNet

shari

Shari, Shari River, Chari, Chari River

an African river that flows northwest into Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

gary

Gary

a city in northwest Indiana on Lake Michigan; steel production

— Princeton's WordNet

cisco

lake herring, cisco

cold-water fish caught in Lake Superior and northward

— Princeton's WordNet

toledo

Toledo

an industrial city in northwestern Ohio on Lake Erie

— Princeton's WordNet

cwm

cirque, corrie, cwm

a steep-walled semicircular basin in a mountain; may contain a lake

— Princeton's WordNet

cirque

cirque, corrie, cwm

a steep-walled semicircular basin in a mountain; may contain a lake

— Princeton's WordNet

lake herring

lake herring, cisco

cold-water fish caught in Lake Superior and northward

— Princeton's WordNet

chari

Shari, Shari River, Chari, Chari River

an African river that flows northwest into Lake Chad

— Princeton's WordNet

bed

bed

The bottom of a lake or other body of water.

— Wiktionary

lakefront

lakefront

Adjacent to a lake. Usually used to describe real estate.

— Wiktionary


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