tarn

[n] - a mountain lake (especially one formed by glaciers)
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Tarn

Tarn noun [ Middle English terne , Icelandic tjörn .] A mountain lake or pool. « A lofty precipice in front, A silent tarn below.» Wordsworth.
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tarn

noun a mountain lake (especially one formed by glaciers)
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Tarn

• (n.) A mountain lake or pool.
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Tarn

(from the article `Midi-Pyrénées`) région of France encompassing the southwestern départements of Lot, Aveyron, Tarn, Tarn-et-Garonne, Gers, Hautes-Pyrénées, Haute-Garonne, and Ariège. ...
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tarn

a small mountain lake, especially one set in a glaciated steep-walled amphitheatre known as a cirque (q.v.).[2 related articles]
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Tarn

[département] (c) assumed to be artist or Four Minute Warning, Island Records ...
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Tarn

A small mountain lake that occurs inside a cirque basin.
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Tarn

1. Sheep-flavoured body of water.
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Tarn

Tarn (tärn) , department (1990 pop. 343,400), S France, in Languedoc. Albi is the capital.
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Tarn

Tarn, river, c.235 mi (380 km) long, rising in the Cévennes Mts., S France, and flowing southwest before emptying into the Garonne River. Deep gorges and canyons formed by the river are tourist attractions. Near Millau the Tarn gorge is crossed by the cable-stayed, multispan Millau Viaduct (2...
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Tarn

A tarn is a small moorland or mountain lake.
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Tarn

[lake] A tarn (or corrie loch) is a mountain lake or pool, formed in a cirque excavated by a glacier. It is formed when either rain or river water fills the cirque. A moraine may form a natural dam below a tarn. ==Etymology== The word is derived from the Old Norse word tjörn meaning pond. Its more specific use as a mountain lake emerges as...
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Tarn

[department] Tarn (taʁn; Tarn) is a department in the Midi-Pyrénées region in the southwest of France, named after the Tarn River. It was formed in 1790 of the three dioceses of Albi, Castres and Lavaur, belonging to the province of Languedoc. In 1906, the population was 330,533. In 1999, it stood at 343,402. Of particular note in the de...
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tarn

A deep, typically circular lake that forms when a cirque glacier melts.
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tarn

A lake in the bedrock basin of a cirque.
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