aquafarm

[ ak-wuh-fahrm, ah-kwuh- ]
/ ˈæk wəˌfɑrm, ˈɑ kwə- /

noun

a body of water, usually a tract of shallow water along the shore of a bay or inlet, used for aquaculture.

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Origin of aquafarm

First recorded in 1965–70; aqua- + farm

OTHER WORDS FROM aquafarm

aq·ua·farm·ing, noun
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