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submontane

[ suhb-mon-teyn ]
/ sʌbˈmɒn teɪn /
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adjective
under or beneath a mountain or mountains.
at or near the foot of mountains.
pertaining or belonging to the lower slopes of mountains.
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Origin of submontane

1810–20; <Late Latin submontānus;see sub-, montane

OTHER WORDS FROM submontane

sub·mon·tane·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for submontane

submontane
/ (sʌbˈmɒnteɪn) /

adjective
situated on or characteristic of the lower slopes of a mountain
beneath a mountain or mountain range

Derived forms of submontane

submontanely, adverb

Word Origin for submontane

C19: from Latin sub- + mōns mountain
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