Einavatnet

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Einavatnet is a lake which lies in Vestre Toten municipality in Innlandet county, Norway. It has an area of 13.52 square kilometres (5.22 sq mi) and is 39.54 kilometres (24.57 mi) around. It lies at an elevation of 398 metres (1,306 ft) above sea level.[1]

Einavatnet
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with the farmland along the lake
Einavatnet is located in Innlandet
Einavatnet
Einavatnet
Einavatnet is located in Norway
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Einavatnet
LocationVestre Toten, Innlandet
Coordinates60°34′47″N 10°38′04″E / 60.57972°N 10.63444°E / 60.57972; 10.63444Coordinates: 60°34′47″N 10°38′04″E / 60.57972°N 10.63444°E / 60.57972; 10.63444
Basin countriesNorway
Surface area13.52 km2 (5.22 sq mi)
Surface elevation398 m (1,306 ft)

NameEdit

The Norse form of the name was probably just *Eini. This name is derived from einir m 'juniper' (referring to the vegetation around the lake). The last element -vatnet (the finite form of vatn n 'water, lake') is a later addition.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Einavatnet". Retrieved July 25, 2012.