Definitions for loticˈloʊ tɪk
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
pertaining to or living in flowing water.
Origin of lotic:
1915–20; < L lōt(us), var. of lautus, ptp. of lavāre to wash (cf. lotion ) + -ic
of or relating to or living in actively moving water
(of a river) having swift water.
Origin: From lotus, past participle of lavere, to wash
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