- Indian Ocean
- Indian Ocean first attested 1515 in Modern Latin (Oceanus Orientalis Indicus), named for INDIA (Cf. India), which projects into it; earlier it was the Eastern Ocean, as opposed to the Western Ocean (Atlantic) before the Pacific was surmised.
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