fountain (plural fountains)
- (originally) A natural#Adjective|natural source#Noun|source of water#Noun|water; a spring#Noun|spring.
- An artificial, usually ornamental, water feature#Noun|feature (usually in a garden#Noun|garden or public place) consisting of one or more stream#Noun|streams of water originating from a statue or other structure#Noun|structure.
- The structure from which an artificial fountain can issue#Verb|issue.
- A reservoir from which liquid can be drawn.
- A source or origin of a flow#Noun|flow (e.g., of favor#Noun|favors or knowledge).
- (heraldiccharge) A roundel barry wavy argent and azure.
- (juggling) A juggling pattern#Noun|pattern typically done with an even#Adjective|even number of props where each prop is caught by the same hand#Noun|hand that throw#Verb|throws it.
- (US) A soda fountain.
- French: fontaine
- German: Springbrunnen，Fontäne
- Italian: fontana
- Portuguese: fonte, chafariz
- Russian: фонта́н
- Spanish: fuente
- Portuguese: fonte
- Russian: исто́чник
fountain (fountains, present participle fountaining; past and past participle fountained)
- (intransitive) To flow or gush as if from a fountain.
- Lava fountained from the volcano.
, Blind Voices:
- The fireflies swept toward him from all directions, in streams and rivers and currents of light, a vortex a hundred yards across, spiraling into the brighter center. They met over his supine body like ocean breakers, cascading, fountaining into the air.
- A ghost town in California.
- A city in Colorado.
- A city in Fountain County, Indiana, USA formerly known as Portland.
- A village in Michigan.
- A town in Minnesota.
- A town in North Carolina.
- A town in Wisconsin.