What are some lesser known words related to nature wetness, to oceans, lakes, rivers..
Wet with dew, or something like it.
An open bay or bend in the coastline.
A steep wave, such as that caused by two tides coming together.
Australian roots. Can refer to a channel blind tidal or a backwater.
An overflowing stream, likely due to a downpour or melting snow.
In,on, or of lakes
Oceanic. Relevant to the open sea.
A heavy rain.
Water in a roll or a ripple.
Gentle waves or a shallow stream with choppy waters.
Of or on a river.
Rapids or a waterfall
The upward pitch of a wave.
A river’s side channel.
To sprinkle with water.
The spray that flies out when the wind hits a cresting wave.
A spurt of water. Also a wooden Scottish stirring stick.
A constant drip, drip.
Noun: the water that flows onto the beach after a wave comes in.
Verb: to flow with splashing noises.
A narrow stream.
A surge, e.g. of the tide.
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