ren·dzi·na noun \ren-ˈjē-nə\
: any of a group of dark grayish-brown intrazonal soils developed in grassy regions of high to moderate humidity from soft calcareous marl or chalk
Origin of RENDZINA
rich limy soil
First Known Use: 1922
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