Many of us learned that the water cycle followed a circular path much like that of a clock. This visual is not very accurate. It is more precise to envision a web of sorts with water moving in many directions.
Icebergs move water vapor into the atmosphere through the process of evaporation just as they also move water in its solid state into a liquid state melting into the sea. Ocean currents move water all over the globe melted from icebergs, or gained from rivers flowing into oceans and seas and from rain and snow precipitation from water vapor. Wind moves water all around the earth with air currents picking up evaporated water in one place and dropping it via precipitation in another place. Plants and animals move water as well – so water is always moving in many different directions at any given time.