MEANING: noun:
1. A water-drinker.
2. A teetotaler.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin aqua (water) + bibere (to drink). Ultimately from the Indo-European root poi- (to drink), which also gave us potion, poison, potable, beverage, bibulous, bibacious, and Sanskrit paatram (pot). Earliest documented use: 1731.

AQUAVIB - whale or dolphin undersea communications

AQUABIC - a European ballpoint pen that writes under water

AQUA-BNB - tourist lodgings in Atlantis