calomorphic

adjective
cal·​o·​mor·​phic | \¦kalə¦mȯrfik\

Definition of calomorphic 

: of or relating to intrazonal soils characterized by a high content of available calcium in the parent material — compare halomorphic, hydromorphic

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History and Etymology for calomorphic

calo- (from calcium, influenced by halo-) + -morphic

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