Yes. All water pumps have a vent hole and a weep hole.
They are somtimes hidden by the pulley. You might have to remove it to see them.
If the water pump is leaking you may not see a wetness. But you'll at least see a white or maybe greenish staning of the areas beneith the weep hole.
The vent hole is always straight up which allows for vapor to escape.
The weep hole is always down which allows for fluid to drain away from the water pump bearing. If it puddles it would quickly wash out the grease and the bearing would fail.
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