Origin of moraine
Related formsmo·rain·al, mo·rain·ic, adjective
Examples from the Web for morainal
The success of this undertaking will depend upon securing the co-operation of the people of the morainal belt.
Occasionally an under-cutting stream causes a morainal deposit to collapse.Watched by Wild Animals|Enos A. Mills
Below the glaciers throughout the entire Wind River Range great numbers of morainal lakes are found.Canyons of the Colorado|J. W. Powell
There are a few exceptions where the lake is due chiefly to a morainal dam, or a dam that was formed by a landslide.Your National Parks|Enos A. Mills
Beyond this level land was a talus fallen from the cliff and then a morainal trough, up which they passed to the ice above.Jack the Young Explorer|George Bird Grinnell
British Dictionary definitions for morainal
Derived Formsmorainal or morainic, adjective
Word Origin for moraine
Science definitions for morainal
Culture definitions for morainal
A pile of debris, often extending for miles, deposited by a glacier. It is composed of rock fragments transported by the ice, which are left behind when the ice melts.