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aquaculture the cultivation of water plants, fish, shellfish, and other aquatic animals in controlled freshwater or saltwater environments.
aquaplane a board pulled by a speedboat and used to carry a standing rider along the surface of the water. [2/3 definitions]
aqua pura pure water.
aquarium an artificial pond or container filled with water in which aquatic forms of life are kept. [1/2 definitions]
Aquarius an autumn zodiacal constellation located between Capricornus and Pisces; Water Bearer. [1/3 definitions]
aquatic of, in, or taking place on the water. [3/4 definitions]
aqueduct a channel built to convey water from a long distance. [1/2 definitions]
aqueous of, relating to, or similar to water. [3 definitions]
aquiculture the growing of plants, often for their edible fruits, in nutrient water or water-soaked inert material rather than in soil; hydroponics. [1/2 definitions]
aquifer a bed of rock, sand, or gravel that can hold great quantities of water and supplies it to wells and springs.
archipelago a large body of water containing many islands. [1/3 definitions]
arsenic acid a poisonous, water-soluble white powder that is used in the making of arsenates, medicines, and insecticides.
artesian well a well dug through impermeable strata, reaching water that is under pressure.
aspersion the act of sprinkling water, as holy water in baptism. [1/2 definitions]
awash swept or covered by waves or water; flooded. [2/4 definitions]
aweigh in nautical terminology, not quite touching the bottom of a body of water (used of an anchor).
backwash in nautical terminology, water that an oar, propeller, or the like pushes toward the rear of a boat. [1/4 definitions]
backwater a pool of water that a dam, current, flood, or the like prevents from flowing. [1/2 definitions]
bail3 to remove (water) from a boat by scooping and emptying with a container. [3/4 definitions]
bajada a smooth, sloping plain along the base of a mountain range, formed by eroded debris deposited by moving water.
baking powder a powder containing sodium bicarbonate and an acidic substance, that serves as a leavening agent in baking by releasing carbon dioxide when mixed with water, thereby causing the dough to rise.