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Earthf Terre
equatorm équateur
hemispherem hémisphère
latitudef latitude
longitudef longitude
north polem pôle Nord
south polem pôle Sud
tropic of cancerm tropique du Cancer
tropic of capricornm tropique du Capricorne

naturef nature
weatherm temps
meteorologyf météorologie
breezef brise
cloudm nuage
  • altocumulus
  • m alto-cumulus
  • altostratus
  • m alto-stratus
  • cirrocumulus
  • m cirro-cumulus
  • cirrostratus
  • m cirro-stratus
  • cirrus
  • m cirrus
  • cumulonimbus
  • m cumulo-nimbus
  • nimbostratus
  • m nimbo-stratus
  • nimbus
  • m nimbus
  • stratocumulus
  • m strato-cumulus
  • stratus
  • m stratus
    cyclonem cyclone
    fogm brouillard
    galem coup de vent
    glacierm glacier
    hailstonem grêlon
    hurricanem ouragan
    ice bergm iceberg
    icef glace
    iciclem glaçon
    lightningm éclair
    mistf brume
    rainf pluie
    rainbowm arc-en-ciel
    raindropf goutte de pluie
    sleetf neige fondue
    snowf neige
    snowdriftf congère
    snowflakem flocon de neige
    snowstormf tempête de neige
    squallm grain
    stormf tempête
    sunshinef lumière du soleil
    tempestf tempête
    thunderm tonnerre
    typhoonm typhon
    whirlwindm tornade
    windm vent

    waterf eau
    brookm ruisseau
    currentm courant
    deltam delta
    lagoonf lagune
    lakem lac
    oceanm océan
    ocean bedm fond de l'océan
    riverf rivière
    river bankf berge
    river bedm lit de la rivière
    seaf mer
    spa, hot springf source chaude
    springf source
    straitm détroit
    streamm cours d'eau
    swellf houle
    tidef marée
    tsunamim tsunami
    waterfallf chute d'eau
    wavef vague
    whirlpoolm tourbillon

    earthf terre
    beachf plage
    boulderm rocher
    cavef grotte
    cavernf caverne
    clayf argile
    clifff falaise
    coastlinem littoral
    continentm continent
    desertm désert
    earthquakem tremblement de terre
    erosionf érosion
    forestf forêt
    geyserm geyser
    hillf colline
    islandf île
    junglef jungle
    landf terre
    landslidem glissement de terrain
    limestonem calcaire
    mountainf montagne
    mudf boue
    oasisf oasis
    peakf cime
    pebblem caillou
    plainf plaine
    prairief plaine herbeuse
    ravinem ravin
    rock (substance)f roche
    rock (boulder)f pierre
    rock facef paroi rocheuse
    rock fallf chute de pierres
    sandm sable
    sand dunef dune
    sandstonem grès
    soilm sol
    spa, hot springf source chaude
    stalactitef stalactite
    stalagmitef stalagmite
    stonef pierre
    subsidencem affaisement
    subterraneansouterrain
    summitm sommet
    tectonic platef plaque tectonique
    tremorf secousse
    trenchf fosse abyssale
    valleyf vallée
    volcanom volcan
    woodm bois
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