- MialeeFebruary 2014
"Still water" is just water in general, whether found in tap, lakes, or anywhere else not treated. "Pure water" is also known as purified water, which is also know as "distilled water". "Pure water" goes through a process of "purification". In conclusion, those two phrases you asked about are different.
AcasualdreamFebruary 2014Still Water refers to water that does not have a natural current, a lake without an undertow or current would be considered Still Water. Because of the build up of bacteria Still or Standing water is considered dangerous for human consumption. Pure water is a term for clean water (as stated above, normally purified or filtered)
|AussieInBg2 weeks ago|
There are two meanings of ”still water” - the first is that the water is not in motion. This was described in several answers and is most likely not what the questioner was asking about. The second possibility is ”still water” referring to a type of mineral water.