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seiche

noun \ˈsāsh, ˈsēch\

Definition of SEICHE

:  an oscillation of the surface of a landlocked body of water (as a lake) that varies in period from a few minutes to several hours

Origin of SEICHE

French
First Known Use: circa 1839

Rhymes with SEICHE

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