Definition of Lake balaton
1. Noun. A large shallow lake in western Hungary.
Group relationships: Hungary, Magyarorszag, Republic Of Hungary
Generic synonyms: Lake
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Literary usage of Lake balaton
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1899)
"lake balaton; (206) Lah Balaton frozen over ... (207 and 208) On the ice, Lake Balaton, in the winter 1892-93; (209 to 212) Ice-pressures on lake balaton ..."
2. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1907)
"lake balaton. Resultate der wissenschaftlichen Erforschung des Plattensees, ... lake balaton freezes in winter, while our larger lakes never freeze. ..."
3. The Magyars: Their Country and Institutions by Patterson, Arthur John (1869)
"Educational Work—lake balaton—Tihany —Turkish ... Ruined Castles — Importance of lake balaton— ... lake balaton ..."
4. The Inland Lakes of Wisconsin by Chancey Juday (1914)
"while that of lake Balaton is almost llm. (36 ft.) but the mean depth of the former is 4.7 m. ... The shores of lake Balaton are more rugged, however. ..."
5. Adventure Guide to Hungary by Dante Mena (2007)
"lake balaton I ake Balaton shimmers Lwith its playful waves as the warm wind of summer brushes its surface, splashing the sun's rays against the surface and ..."
6. After the War: London, Paris, Rome Athens, Prague, Vienna, Budapest by Charles à Court Repington (1922)
"... Finance Minister, expounds to me his great programme — Colonel Alfred Stead — A tour round lake balaton — The country and the crops — Vienna — A party ..."