Definition of Albert, Lake in US English:

Albert, Lake

proper noun

  • A lake in the Rift Valley of eastern central Africa, on the border between the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire) and Uganda. It is linked to Lake Edward by the Semliki River and to the White Nile by the Albert Nile.

Origin

Named after the Prince Consort by the English explorer Samuel Baker, who in 1864 was the first European to sight it.

Pronunciation

Albert, Lake

/ˈalbərt/