Water Mole

Water mole in a water mole tunnel - Embroidered by the women of Penduka

Embroidered water mole by the women of Penduka


Definition

Creatures who are able to tunnel through water, leaving behind a mucus that hardens on contact with water. Widely domesticated, they allow gwomes to thrive in the undersea world (seawater tends to produce a more robust tunnel wall than freshwater--but freshwater water mole tunnels can still be used in many circumstances). In the District of Eskandia they are called Mullvad Vattin.


Pronunciation

wa-TER MOAL


Word Origin

Linear English


Use In Sentence

Kirguellin survived Kmpass' attack only by being in the tunnel of a water mole.


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