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A cross sea at Île de Ré.

EtymologyEdit

The swells of the waves, when they meet at right angles, form cross shapes.

NounEdit

cross sea ‎(plural cross seas)

  1. (nautical) A (dangerous) sea with two wave systems traveling at oblique angles, due to the wind over it shifting direction or the waves of two storm systems meeting.

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