A body of water, naturally or artificially confined, and usually of less extent than a lake.
To make into a pond; to collect, as water, in a pond by damming.
an impoundment of a small stream or a natural low spot filled with water: Walden Pond, Snowden Pond, Hodgson Pond.
A small body of fresh water surrounded by a marsh.
A body of water of limited size, either naturally or artificially confined and usually smaller than a lake.
a body of water smaller than a lake (You can hear the Spring Peepers calling in Pakim Pond.)
n. (form of pound, enclosure) a body of standing water smaller than a lake, often artifically formed.
a small lake; "the pond was too small for sailing"
a body of open and standing water with aquatic plants, having shallow depth, occupying a basin and lacking continuity with sea and it does not stratify thermally
a body of standing, as opposed to free-flowing, water that is small enough to be managed for fish culture
a body of water shallow enough to support rooted plants
a contained area of water that supports a community of plants and
a fish's natural environment, while a container is not wheat's natural environment
an eco-system that supports fish, plants, frogs, tadpoles, birds, dragonflies, and other wildlife
an enclosed body of water, of any depth and any topography
an environment for a fish
a popular swimming and fishing hole in the hot summer months
a shallow body of water with a muddy bottom that has rooted plants growing from shore-to-shore
a small lake, most often in a natural depression
a small pool of still water
a small, quiet, enclosed body of freshwater
a well-defined basin, filled with stagnant water and fringed with vegetation
Environment, such as a pond, vat or tank.
A pool of still water, often artificially created.
a small wetland that is fed by rain, melted snow, water seepage, or the water table
A pond is a small body of water surrounded by land. A pond is smaller than a lake.
A water impoundment made by constructing a dam or an embankment, or by excavating a pit or dugout usually to supply drinking water for livestock and or wildlife.
A relatively small body of standing, fresh water; usually shallow enough for sunlight to reach the bed.
A usually mostly still body of water, smaller than a lake. Usually fed by a small stream.
a still body of water smaller than a lake where mixing of nutrients and water occurs primarily through the action of wind (as opposed to turnover).
a small still body of water formed naturally or created artificially.
a body of water usually smaller than a lake and larger than a pool either naturally or artificially confined.
a small natural body of standing fresh water filling a surface depression, usually smaller than a lake.
a natural or man-made depression, smaller that a lake, filled with water; so shallow that light penetrates to the bottom throughout its depth.
a quiet body of water so shallow that rooted plants usually grow completely across it.
A small body of water. Fish and frogs often live in a pond.
a small body of fresh water The bird lives by a pond.
To see a pond in your dream, denotes that events will bring no emotion, and fortune will retain a placid outlook. If the pond is muddy, you will have domestic quarrels. See Water Puddle and kindred words.
In fluid effects, a 2D fluid that simulates small bodies of water. Waves, bubbles, ripples, and other surface displacements can be created using pond wake settings. See also ocean, wake.
A pond is typically a man made body of water smaller than a lake. However the difference between a pond and an artificial lake is subjective. They are both formed by ponding water, either by excavating a hollow in which water may lie or by forming a dam to impound the water in a valley.