littoral state definition, littoral state meaning | English dictionary




1    of or relating to the shore of a sea, lake, or ocean  
2      (Biology)   inhabiting the shore of a sea or lake or the shallow waters near the shore  
littoral fauna     
3    a coastal or shore region  
     (C17: from Late Latin littoralis, from litoralis, from litus shore)  
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Littoria, literal, litter, little

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