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Oxford dictionary definition of the word pool:
a small area of still water, typically one formed naturally.
a shallow patch of liquid lying on a surface:
a pool of blood
the lamps cast pools of light on the wet streets
a swimming pool:
I spent all my time lounging around the pool
a deep place in a river:
we soon reached the pool at the foot of the waterfall
(of liquid) form a pool on the ground or another surface:
sweat pooled in the hollow of my back
(of blood) accumulate in parts of the venous system.
Old English pōl, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch poel and German Pfuhl