Baikal

Baikal, a clear fresh-water lake, in S. of Siberia, 397 m. long and from 13 to 54 wide, in some parts 4500 ft. deep, and at its surface 1560 ft. above the sea-level, the third largest in Asia; on which sledges ply for six or eight months in winter, and steamboats in summer; it abounds in fish, especially sturgeon and salmon; it contains several islands, the largest Olkhin, 32 m. by 10 m.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Baïf * Baikie, W. Balfour
Baha`mas, The
Bahar
Bahawalpur
Bahi`a
Bahr
Bähr, Felix
Bahrein` Islands
Bahr-el-Ghazal
Baiæ
Baïf
Baikal
Baikie, W. Balfour
Bailey, Nathan
Bailey, Philip James
Bailey, Samuel
Baillie, Joanna
Baillie, Lady Grizel
Baillie, Matthew
Baillie, Robert
Baillie, Robert
Bailly, Jean Sylvain

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