landlocked

[land-lokt] /ˈlændˌlɒkt/
adjective
1.
shut in completely, or almost completely, by land:
"a landlocked bay."
2.
having no direct access to the sea:
"a landlocked country."
3.
living in waters shut off from the sea, as some fish.
Origin
1615–25; land + lock1 + -ed2
British Dictionary definitions for land-locked
landlocked (ˈlændˌlɒkt)
 
adj
1.  (of a country) completely surrounded by land
2.  (esp of lakes) completely or almost completely surrounded by land
3.  (esp of certain salmon) living in fresh water that is permanently isolated from the sea

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Word Origin and History for land-locked
landlocked
1620s, from land + lock (1).
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