Eau Claire

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For the pastry native to France, see Éclair (pastry).

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".

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  • Lake Eau Claire, a reservoir in eastern Eau Claire County, Wisconsin, formed by a dam on the Eau Claire River (Chippewa River tributary)

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