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In [[Lentic ecosystems|lake ecology]] the environment of a lake is referred to as ''lacustrine''. Large lakes are occasionally referred to as "inland [[sea]]s", and small seas are occasionally referred to as lakes. Smaller lakes tend to put the word "lake" after the name, as in [[Green Lake (Seattle)|Green Lake]], while larger lakes often invert the word order, as in [[Lake Ontario]], at least in North America. In some places, the word "lake" does not correctly appear in the name at all (e.g., [[Windermere (lake)|Windermere]] in [[Cumbria]]).
 
Only one lake in the English [[Lake District]] is actually called a lake; other than [[Bassenthwaite Lake]], the others are all "[[Mere (lake)|meres]]" or "waters". Only six bodies of water in [[Scotlandස්කොට්ලන්තය]] are known as lakes (the others are [[loch]]s): the [[Lake of Menteith]], the [[Lake of the Hirsel]], [[Pressmennan Lake]], Cally Lake near [[Gatehouse of Fleet]], the saltwater Manxman's Lake at [[Kirkcudbright]] Bay, and The Lake at Fochabers. Of these only the Lake of Menteith and Cally Lake are natural bodies of fresh water.
 
[[ගොනුව:Rila 7 lakes circus panorama edit1.jpg|right|thumb|220px|The [[Seven Rila Lakes]] are a group of glacial lakes in the [[Bulgaria]]n [[Rila]] mountains]]
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