diluvial

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di·lu·vi·al

 (dĭ-lo͞o′vē-əl) also di·lu·vi·an (-ən)
adj.
Of, relating to, or produced by a flood.

[Late Latin dīluviālis, from Latin dīluvium, flood, from dīluere, to wash away; see dilute.]

diluvial

(daɪˈluːvɪəl; dɪ-) or

diluvian

adj
1. (Bible) of or connected with a deluge, esp with the great Flood described in Genesis
2. (Geological Science) of or relating to diluvium
[C17: from Late Latin dīluviālis; see diluvium]

di•lu•vi•al

(dɪˈlu vi əl)

also di•lu′vi•an,



adj.
pertaining to or caused by a flood or deluge.
[1650–60; < Late Latin dīluviālis=dīluvi(um) flood]
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Adj.1.diluvial - of or connected with a deluge
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diluvial

, diluvian
adj(Sint)flut-, sintflutartig