undiluvian

diluvial

[dih-loo-vee-uhl]
adjective
1.
pertaining to or caused by a flood or deluge.
2.
Geology Now Rare. pertaining to or consisting of diluvium.
Also, diluvian.


Origin:
1650–60; < Late Latin dīluviālis, equivalent to dīluvi(um) flood (see deluge) + -ālis -al1

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diluvial or diluvian (daɪˈluːvɪəl, dɪ-)
 
adj
1.  of or connected with a deluge, esp with the great Flood described in Genesis
2.  of or relating to diluvium
 
[C17: from Late Latin dīluviālis; see diluvium]
 
diluvian or diluvian
 
adj
 
[C17: from Late Latin dīluviālis; see diluvium]

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diluvial   (dĭ-l'vē-əl)  Pronunciation Key 
Relating to or produced by a flood.
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