Origin of diluvial
Related formspre·di·lu·vi·al, adjectiveun·di·lu·vi·al, adjectiveun·di·lu·vi·an, adjective
Examples from the Web for diluvian
Turner says, from the depth, these seeds must have been of the diluvian age.
This egg is identical with the ark, and from it the diluvian patriarch was born.The God-Idea of the Ancients|Eliza Burt Gamble
One of these, grounded upon several others, the vast boulders of some diluvian flood, had the rude semblance of a roof.Footprints of Former Men in Far Cornwall|Robert S. Hawker
In Phrygia the diluvian tradition was as natural as in Greece.
Therefore we must needs acknowledge the diluvian tradition to be really indigenous in Mexico and not an invention of missionaries.