Definition of hydroceramic
: made of clay that remains porous after firing —used of pottery vessels employed for cooling liquid by evaporation of what exudes — compare goglet
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Origin and Etymology of hydroceramic
probably from French hydrocéramique, from hydrocérame pottery vessel employed for cooling liquid by evaporation of what exudes (from hydr- + Greek keramos pottery, jar) + -ique -ic
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