an inhabitant of a lake dwelling.
noun 1. a mountainous region in NW England containing many lakes: tourist center. noun 1. a region of lakes and mountains in NW England, in Cumbria: includes England’s largest lake (Windermere) and highest mountain (Scafell Pike); national park; literary associations (the Lake Poets); tourist region Also called Lakeland
noun 1. a house, especially of prehistoric times, built on piles or other support over the water of a lake. noun 1. a dwelling, esp in prehistoric villages, constructed on platforms supported by wooden piles driven into the bottom of a lake
noun, Meteorology. 1. the phenomena created in the surrounding area by weather passing over a large lake, especially any of the Great Lakes of the U.S.
- Lake-effect snow
noun a phenomenon created when cold dry air passes over a large warmer lake, such as one of the Great Lakes, and picks up moisture and heat a localized snow falling in convective bands along the lee of lakes when relatively cold air flows over the warm water Examples In the US, lake-effect snow often […]