seawater

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From Middle English seewater, from Old English sǣwæter (seawater), equivalent to sea +‎ water. Cognate with Dutch zeewater (seawater).

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seawater (usually uncountable, plural seawaters)

  1. The saltwater of a sea or ocean.

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