[beel] /bil/

Lake. .
[byen] /byɛn/
Lake of, a lake in NW Switzerland: traces of prehistoric lake dwellings. 16 sq. mi. (41 sq. km).
a town in NW Switzerland, on Lake Biel. Pop: 48 655 (2000) French name Bienne
Lake Biel, a lake in NW Switzerland: remains of lake dwellings were discovered here in the 19th century. Area: 39 sq km (15 sq miles) German name Bielersee (ˈbiːləzeː)
the French name for Biel


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