Definition of Diluvion
1. diluvium [n -S] - See also: diluvium
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diluvion
Literary usage of Diluvion
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by William Wilson Hunter (1887)
"of diluvion went on in the south of ... from further diluvion, and will eventually, in all probability, become attached to it by the silting up of the ..."
2. The Law of Riparian Rights, Alluvion and Fishery: With Introductory Lectures by Lal Mohun Doss (1891)
"Alluvion and diluvion according to French law—Alluvion and ownership thereof according to the Code Civil— Old French law with regard to such ..."
3. Notes of a Military Reconnoissance from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to by William Hemsley Emory (1848)
"... and deep cuts in the diluvion makes the country very rough; some" vallies on the Gila are capable of cultivation, and at them found the.ruins of a ..."
4. A Statistical Account of Assam by William Wilson Hunter (1879)
"No important instances of alluvion or diluvion are known to have taken place, although nearly all the rivers change their course in some degree every year. ..."
5. The Weekly Reporter by David Sutherland, India High Court (Calcutta, India), Great Britain Privy Council. Judicial Committee (1892)
"Abatement of Rent—Ryots' Rights—diluvion— • Act VIII. (BC) of 1869, s. 18. Case No. 737 of 1873. Special Appeal from a decision passed by the Subordinate ..."