Definition of Colluvia

1. Noun. (plural of colluvium) ¹

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Definition of Colluvia

1. colluvium [n] - See also: colluvium

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Colluvia

collum radii
collum scapulae
collum tali
collum vesicae biliaris
collum vesicae felleae
collusion
collusions
collusitate
collusive
collusively
collusiveness
collusory
collutories
collutorium
collutory
colluvia (current term)
colluvial
colluvies
colluvium
colluviums
colly
collybist
collybists
collying
collyria
collyrium
collyriums
collywobbles
colo
colo-

Literary usage of Colluvia

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1. A Dictionary of Roman and Greek Antiquities with Nearly 2000 Engravings on by Anthony Rich (1893)
"E colluvia'RIUM. A sort of well or opening formed at certain interval-, in the channel of an aqueduct, for the purpose of procuring a free current of air ..."

2. Bulletin by New Jersey Bureau of Geology and Topography, New Jersey Geological Survey, New Jersey Division of Geology, New Jersey Dept. of Conservation and Development, New Jersey Division of Forestry, Geology, Parks, and Historic Sites (1918)
"Near head of some of the drainage ways there is more or less colluvia wash in the shallow depressions. ..."

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