Culmide

adjective
Culm·​ide | \ ˈkəlˌmīd\

Definition of Culmide

: of or relating to mountain-making movements in the Carboniferous era

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History and Etymology for Culmide

from Culmide, mountain-making episode, from Culm, division of the European Carboniferous + English -ide

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