Definitions for paludalpəˈlud l, ˈpæl yə dl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

pa•lu•dalpəˈlud l, ˈpæl yə dl(adj.)

  1. of or like a marsh; marshy.

  2. produced by marshes, as miasma or disease.

Origin of paludal:

1810–20; < L palūd-, s. of palūs swamp, marsh + -al1

Wiktionary

  1. paludal(Adjective)

    pertaining to marshes, marshy, palustral, especially designating a plant's habitat

  2. Origin: From Latin palus ‘marsh’.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Paludal(adj)

    of or pertaining to marshes or fens; marshy

Freebase

  1. Paludal

    Paludal is derived from the Latin word palus. ⁕Paludal, in geology, refers to sediments that accumulated in a marsh environment. ⁕Paludal, in ecology, refers to the environment of a marsh.

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