Definition of perezone
: the zone of deposition along low coastal lands lying chiefly between low tide and land undergoing active erosion and including lagoons and brackish-water bays with the accumulated sediments being usually nonfossiliferous but sometimes containing terrestrial or brackish water forms
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Origin and Etymology of perezone
Latin peresus (past participle of peredere to eat up, consume, waste away, from per-, prefix denoting completion + edere to eat) + English zone
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