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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

inter- + lacustrine.

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AdjectiveEdit

interlacustrine ‎(not comparable)

  1. Situated or existing between lakes, especially the Great Lakes of Africa.
    • 1990: The Royal Geography Society, The Geographical Journal — February edition, p179
      This region forms part of the great interlacustrine plateau.
    • 1958: E. Winter, Tribes without Rulers, p158
      The other Interlacustrine kingdoms of which the best known is Buganda.
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