Tahoe

[ tah-hoh ]
/ ˈtɑ hoʊ /

noun

Lake Tahoe, a lake in eastern California and western Nevada, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains: resort. About 200 square miles (520 square kilometers); 6,225 feet (1,897 meters) above sea level.

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Origin of Tahoe

First recorded in 1870–75; from Washo dáʔaw “lake”
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Tahoe
/ (ˈtɑːhəʊ, ˈteɪ-) /

noun

Lake Tahoe a lake between E California and W Nevada, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains at an altitude of 1899 m (6229 ft). Area: about 520 sq km (200 sq miles)
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