illuvium

illuvium

[ih-loo-vee-uhm]
noun, plural illuviums, illuvia [ih-loo-vee-uh] .
the material accumulated through illuviation.

Origin:
< Latin illuv(iēs) (see illuvial) + -ium, on the model of alluvium, Latin dīluvium deluge, etc.

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