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Definitions of maar in various dictionaries:
A flat-bottomed, roughly circular volcanic crater of explosive origin that is often filled with water.
noun - a volcanic crater
MAAR - A maar is a broad, low-relief volcanic crater caused by a phreatomagmatic eruption (an explosion which occurs when groundwater comes into contact wit...
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|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|May 31 2016 The Washington Post|
|May 7 2009 New York Times|
|Jul 10 2005 Universal|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|A flatbottom, roughly circular volcanic crater of explosive origin that is often filled with water.|
|a broad, shallow crater, typically filled by a lake, formed by a volcanic eruption with little lava.|
|a flat-bottomed volcanic crater that was formed by an explosion often filled with water|
|Maar, Bay, SOMALIA|
|Maar, Hessen, GERMANY|
|Maar, (Region code: 51), SUDAN|
|Maar, Comunidad Valenciana, SPAIN|
|Maar, Sakha, RUSSIAN FEDERATION|
|A maar is a broad, low-relief volcanic crater caused by a phreatomagmatic eruption (an explosion which occurs when groundwater comes into contact with hot lava or magma). A maar characteristically fills with water to form a relatively shallow crater lake which may also be called a maar. The name comes from a Moselle Franconian dialect word used for the circular lakes of the Daun area of Germany. Maars are shallow, flat-floored craters that scientists interpret as having formed above diatremes as a result of a violent expansion of magmatic gas or steam; deep erosion of a maar presumably would expose a diatreme. Maars range in size from 60 to 8,000 m (200 to 26,250 ft) across and from 10 to 200 m (33 to 656 ft) deep; most maars commonly fill with water to form natural lakes. Most maars have low rims composed of a mixture of loose fragments of volcanic rocks and rocks torn from the walls of the diatreme.|