/ (ˈrɛɡəˌsɒl) /
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a type of azonal soil consisting of unconsolidated material derived from freshly deposited alluvium or sands
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Word Origin for regosol
C20: from Greek rhēgos covering, blanket + Latin solum soil
Words nearby regosol
regnant, regnat populus, rego, regolith, regorge, regosol, Reg. prof., regr., regrate, regreet, regress
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