[san zhahn] /sɛ̃ ʒɑ̃/
Lac [lak] /lak/ (Show IPA) a lake in S central Quebec, Canada, NNW of Quebec City, drained by the Saguenay River. 387 sq. mi. (1003 sq. km).
a seaport in S New Brunswick, in SE Canada, on the Bay of Fundy.
[seynt jon; for 1 also sin-juh n] /ˌseɪnt ˈdʒɒn; for 1 also ˈsɪn dʒən/
Henry, 1st Viscount Bolingbroke, .
an island of the Virgin Islands of the United States, in the E West Indies. About 20 sq. mi. (52 sq. km).
Lake, a lake in SE Canada, in Quebec province, draining into the Saguenay River. 365 sq. mi. (945 sq. km).
a river in the NE United States and SE Canada, flowing NE and E from Maine to New Brunswick province and then S to the Bay of Fundy. 450 miles (725 km) long.
a seaport in S New Brunswick, in SE Canada, on the Bay of Fundy, at the mouth of the St. John River.
a port in E Canada, at the mouth of the St John River: the largest city in New Brunswick; very often not abbreviated to `St’. Pop: 90 762 (2001)
an island in the Caribbean, in the Virgin Islands of the US. Pop: 4197 (2000). Area: 49 sq km (19 sq miles)
Lake Saint John, a lake in Canada, in S Quebec: drained by the Saguenay River. Area: 971 sq km (375 sq miles)
a river in E North America, rising in Maine, US, and flowing northeast to New Brunswick, Canada, then generally southeast to the Bay of Fundy. Length: 673 km (418 miles)
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[leyk-sahyd] /ˈleɪkˌsaɪd/ adjective 1. located on the of a : a lakeside resort. noun 2. land bordering a lake: a summer cottage on the lakeside. [leyk-sahyd] /ˈleɪkˌsaɪd/ noun 1. a town in SW California, near San Diego.
[leyk-shawr, -shohr] /ˈleɪkˌʃɔr, -ˌʃoʊr/ noun 1. .