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air hole an open place in the frozen surface of a lake, pond, or stream. [1/3 definitions]
bayou a marshy lake or slow-moving or stagnant river tributary, found esp. in the southeastern United States.
Chautauqua a lake in southwestern New York, or the village located on this lake. [1/3 definitions]
Chicago a major U.S. city in Illinois near the southern tip of Lake Michigan.
Dead Sea a large salt lake between Israel and Jordan, and the lowest recorded land elevation on earth, at about 1300 feet below sea level.
drag to search (the bottom of a lake, river, or the like). [1/13 definitions]
effluent sewage or other liquid waste, esp. toxic waste, that flows into a body of water such as a river or lake. [1/3 definitions]
epilimnion the layer of the water of a lake, above the thermocline, that is warmest and contains the most oxygen. (Cf. hypolimnion.)
Erie Lake Erie, the southernmost of the Great Lakes between the United States and Canada. [2 definitions]
eutrophic of or concerning a lake or pond rich in nutrients that cause excessive plant growth, which chokes out the animal life in the water.
ferry a boat or ship used to carry people, vehicles, and other things across a bay, river, lake, or channel. [2/6 definitions]
finger something that resembles a finger, such as a lake or peninsula. [1/8 definitions]
frontage the linear extent of land next to a street, road, river, lake, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
Huron Lake Huron, one of the Great Lakes, northeast of the state of Michigan. [2/3 definitions]
hypolimnion the layer of the water of a lake, below the thermocline, that is coldest and contains the least oxygen. (Cf. epilimnion.)
ice a body of frozen surface water, as on a lake. [1/12 definitions]
Kunming Lake the sixth-largest freshwater lake in China, located in Beijing.
L. abbreviation of "Lake," a large, standing body of fresh or salt water that is surrounded on all sides by land (used in a proper name).
lagoon a similar freshwater body, esp. one connected to a larger lake or river. [1/3 definitions]
Lake Baikal a freshwater lake, the deepest and most voluminous in the world, located in the Asian part of Russia.
lake dwelling a dwelling, esp. in prehistoric times, built on wooden piles in a shallow part of a lake or marsh.