solod

noun, sometimes capitalized so·lod
variants: or soloth \ˈsōlət\

Definition of solod

plural solodi or soloti \-lədē, -lətē\
: any of an intrazonal group of dealkalized compacted clay soils of low productivity formed gradually through drainage and leaching of silty upper layers of solonetz soils

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Origin and Etymology of solod

Russian solod malt; akin to Russian sol' salt, Latin sal


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