noun pe·dal·fer \pə-ˈdal-fər, -ˌfer\

Definition of PEDALFER

:  a soil that lacks a hardened layer of accumulated carbonates

Origin of PEDALFER

Greek pedon ground + English alumen + Latin ferrum iron
First Known Use: 1928


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