The fluid which descends from the clouds in rain, and which forms rivers, lakes, seas, etc.
- A clear, colorless, odorless, and tasteless liquid, H2O, essential for most plant and animal life and the most widely used of all solvents. Freezing point 0°C (32°F); boiling point 100°C (212°F); specific gravity (4°C) 1.0000; weight per gallon (15°C) 8.338 pounds (3.782 kilograms).
- Any of various forms of water: waste water.
- Naturally occurring mineral water, as at a spa. Often used in the plural.
- A body of water such as a sea, lake, river, or stream.
- A particular stretch of sea or ocean, especially that of a state or country: escorted out of British waters.
- A supply of water: had to turn off the water while repairing the broken drain.
- A water supply system.
- Any of the fluids normally secreted from the body, such as urine, perspiration, tears, or saliva.
- A fluid present in a body part in abnormal quantities as a result of injury or disease: water on the knee.
- The fluid surrounding a fetus in the uterus; amniotic fluid.
- An aqueous solution of a substance, especially a gas: ammonia water.
- A wavy finish or sheen, as of a fabric or metal.
- The valuation of the assets of a business firm beyond their real value.
- Stock issued in excess of paid-in capital.
- The transparency and luster of a gem.
- A level of excellence.
- To pour or sprinkle water on; make wet: watered the garden.
- To give drinking water to.
- To lead (an animal) to drinking water.
- To dilute or weaken by adding water: a bar serving whiskey that had been watered.
- To give a sheen to the surface of (silk, linen, or metal).
- To increase (the number of shares of stock) without increasing the value of the assets represented.
- To irrigate (land).
- To produce or discharge fluid, as from the eyes.
- To salivate in anticipation of food: The wonderful aroma from the kitchen makes my mouth water.
- To take on a supply of water, as a ship.
- To drink water, as an animal.
- water down To reduce the strength or effectiveness of: "It seemed clear by late autumn that the ban would be significantly watered down or removed altogether before the trade bill became law” ( George R. Packard).
- above water Out of difficulty or trouble.
- water under the bridge A past occurrence, especially something unfortunate, that cannot be undone or rectified: All that is now just water under the bridge.
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നീഥം - Neetham ;തോയം - Thoyam ;വമം - Vamam ;പാഥസ്സ് - Paathassu | Pathassu ;ഭൗമം - Bhaumam | Bhoumam ;ക്ഷോദസ്സ് - Kshodhassu ;