irriguous

irriguous

[ih-rig-yoo-uhs]
adjective Archaic.
well-watered, as land.

Origin:
1645–55; < Latin irriguus, equivalent to irrig(āre) to wet (see irrigate) + -uus deverbal adj. suffix

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irriguous (ɪˈrɪɡjʊəs)
 
adj
archaic, poetic or well-watered; watery
 
[C17: from Latin irriguus supplied with water, from riguus watered; see irrigate]

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