former large lake of northern Egypt, from Egyptian mer-ur "big lake," from mer "lake" + ur "big."
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The lake has remained to our time, and is still called by the name of the constructor, the lake of Moeris.
In it also lies the wonderful lake of Moeris, which in size and colour is like a sea, and has shores like the shores of the sea.
Lykeas calls it the tomb of Moeris; some authorities assert that it is a shrine of the Sun-god, and this is the general belief.
The Lake of Moeris, as a large body of fresh water, appears to have come into existence in Pleistocene times.