Are-nous

arenose

[ar-uh-nohs]
adjective
sandy; gritty.
Also, arenous [ar-uh-nuhs] , arenulous [uh-ren-yuh-luhs] .


Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English arenous < Latin (h)arēnōsus sandy. See arena, -ose1

arenosity [ar-uh-nos-i-tee] , noun
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