The flowing together of two or more elements, streams or rivers, or ideas, influences, or cultures
A stream or overflow from a larger body of water, or from a channel or sewer
To remove water or moisture
The study of water and its effects on and in the earth and in the atmosphere
A dark, hook-billed sea bird
A liquid often seasoned with spices or herbs to flavor meat or fish for a period of time before cooking
To cause queasiness; to cause to feel sick.
The long central part of a church
A pope or bishop
To speak with pompous authority
To have or to cause to have a wavy motion
To reflect or come back either favorably or unfavorably
Superfluous; exceeding what is needed or what is needed no longer.
To submerge or overflow with water; to flood