illuviate

illuviate

[ih-loo-vee-eyt]
verb (used without object), illuviated, illuviating.
1.
to undergo illuviation.
2.
to produce illuviation.

Origin:
< Latin illuvi(ēs) mud (see illuvial) + -ate1

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