noun so·lum \ˈsō-ləm\
plural so·la \-lə\ or solums

Definition of SOLUM

:  the altered layer of soil above the parent material that includes the A and B horizons

Origin of SOLUM

New Latin, from Latin, ground, soil
First Known Use: 1928

Rhymes with SOLUM


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