diluvial definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, relating to, or created by a flood.
    • concerning or generated by a flood or deluge.
    • Regarding Noah's Flood.
    • Of or related to a flood or deluge, esp. towards the great deluge when you look at the times of Noah; diluvian.
    • Effected or produced by a flood or deluge of liquid; -- stated of coarse and imperfectly stratified build up along ancient or existing water courses. Similar unstratified build up had been created by the company of ice. The time of deposition happens to be called the Diluvian epoch.
    • of or related to a deluge
    • Of, concerning, or generated by a flood.
    • Relating to or produced by a flood or deluge.
    • Pertaining to Noah's Flood.
    • Of or related to a flood or deluge, esp. into great deluge inside days of Noah; diluvian.
    • Effected or created by a flood or deluge of water; -- stated of coarse and imperfectly stratified build up along old or current liquid programs. Similar unstratified deposits were created by the agency of ice. The full time of deposition was known as the Diluvian epoch.
    • of or connected with a deluge
  • others:
    • related to a flood or deluge, specifically toward deluge recorded in Genesis.
    • In geology, regarding or consisting of diluvium.
    • Pertaining to a flood or deluge, specifically to the deluge taped in Genesis.
    • In geology, about or comprising diluvium.

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