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Eau Claire (French for "clear water", pl. eaux claires) is the name of a number of locations and features in North America. The name is pronounced as if it were spelled "O'Clare".
Place names (Canada)
- Eau Claire, Calgary, a neighborhood in Calgary, Alberta
- Eau Claire, Ontario, a community approximately eight miles west of Mattawa, Ontario
- Eaux Claires (Edmonton), a neighborhood in Edmonton, Alberta
- Lac à l'Eau Claire, a lake in northern Quebec
Place names (United States of America)
- Eau Claire, Michigan
- Eau Claire, Pennsylvania
- Eau Claire, South Carolina, a suburban neighborhood of Columbia, South Carolina
- Eau Claire, Wisconsin, a city
- Little Eau Claire, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community
- University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire
- Eau Claire River (disambiguation), three rivers in Wisconsin (articles named according to rivers to which each of the three rivers are tributaries):
- Lake Eau Claire, a reservoir in eastern Eau Claire County, Wisconsin, formed by a dam on the Eau Claire River (Chippewa River tributary)
- Episcopal Diocese of Eau Claire, Wisconsin
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