subaqueous

[suhb-ey-kwee-uh s, -ak-wee-]
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Origin of subaqueous

First recorded in 1670–80; sub- + aqueous
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subaqueous

adjective
  1. occurring, appearing, formed, or used under water
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Word Origin and History for subaqueous
adj.

1670s, from sub- + aqueous.

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subaqueous in Science

subaqueous

[sŭb-ākwē-əs]
  1. Found or occurring underwater.
  2. Formed or adapted for underwater use or operation.
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