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Sai·maa

 (sī′mä′), Lake
A lake of southeast Finland. It is the largest of the Saimaa Lakes, a group of more than 120 interconnected lakes in the south-central and southeast part of the country.
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Sai•maa

(ˈsaɪ mɑ)

n.
Lake, a lake in SE Finland. ab. 500 sq. mi. (1295 sq. km).
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