noun reg·o·sol \ˈre-gə-ˌsäl, -ˌsl\

Definition of REGOSOL

:  any of a group of azonal soils consisting chiefly of imperfectly consolidated material and having no clear-cut and specific morphology

Origin of REGOSOL

rego- (as in regolith) + Latin solum soil — more at sole
First Known Use: 1949


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