adjective ty·cho·potamic \¦tī(ˌ)kō+\

Definition of tychopotamic

of an aquatic organism

  1. :  thriving chiefly in still waters (as of ponds) and occurring only incidentally in flowing waters — compare autopotamic, eupotamic

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Origin and Etymology of tychopotamic

International Scientific Vocabulary tych- (from Greek tychē) + -o- + potamic

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to cast off or become cast off

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