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Pages in category "Lists of bodies of water" The following 22 pages are in this category, out of 22 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

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Pool – small man-made bodies of water, like a swimming pool, pond, etc. Pond – small body of water that can house animals. Can be artificial or natural; Phytolelma – a small body of water housed in a cavity in plats (hence the prefix phyto) Puddle – small area of water, typically caused by water on the ground. Fun to jump in

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a deep and relatively narrow body of water (as in a river or a harbor or a strait linking two larger bodies) that allows the best passage for vessels gulf an arm of a sea or ocean partly enclosed by land

www.enchantedlearning.com/wordlist/bodiesofwater.shtml

A list of common words and phrases about bodies of water.

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Water bodies are described by a plethora of different names in English: rivers, streams, ponds, bays, gulfs, and seas to name a few. Many of these terms' definitions overlap and thus become confusing when one attempts to pigeonhole a type of water body. A look at its characteristics is the place to start, though.

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Bodies of water have many names. Some mean the same as others, and others are entirely different. Some mean the same as others, and others are entirely different. The smallest body of water is the brook, a natural stream of water that is found aboveground and is often called a creek as well.

www.reference.com/geography/different-types-bodies-water-651b37f8479f1948

Different types of bodies of water include brooks, gulfs, rivers, lakes, seas and oceans. Bodies of water vary in size and boundaries. Several names may exist for the same type of body of water.

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Water bodies constitute areas of water – both salt and fresh, large and small – which are distinct from one another in various ways. They range in size from oceans at the biggest end of the spectrum to little brooks and streams; geographers normally don’t include small, temporary water features such as puddles in this category.

www.worldatlas.com/aatlas/lista.htm

Our list of maps of all major bodies of water. The world's oceans, seas, rivers and lakes, every gulf, strait, bay and canal from World Atlas.