solum

solum
solum Latin, “ground, soil,” of unknown origin.

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  • şolum — şolúm, şolúmi, s.m. (reg.) persoană şchioapă; şchiop. Trimis de blaurb, 14.02.2007. Sursa: DAR …   Dicționar Român

  • solum — [sō′ləm] n. pl. solums or sola [sō′lə] [ModL < L, base, soil] the altered soil or material overlying the parent material, often including the A horizon and the B horizon …   English World dictionary

  • Solum — Profil de sol Les différents horizons d un profil de sol Le profil de sol est l ensemble des horizons d un sol donné ; chaque horizon étant une couche repérable et distincte de ce sol. On parle aussi de solum ou des horizons du sol. Ces… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Solum — Das Solum (lat. Boden) ist ein Begriff aus der Bodenkunde und bezeichnet einen Bodenkörper ohne die Streuschicht (L) und das Ausgangsgestein (C) mit einzubeziehen. Werden diese mit einbezogen, spricht man vom Pedon. Literatur Blum, Winfried E.H.; …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • solum — so̱lum [lat.]: Adverb mit der Bedeutung „nur, ausschließlich“; z. B. in der Fügung ↑Albinismus solum bulbi …   Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke

  • solum — /ˈsoʊləm/ (say sohluhm) noun (plural solums or sola / la/) the upper layers of a soil profile in which topsoil formation occurs in response to climate and vegetation. {New Latin, from Latin solum ground} …  

  • Solum, Norway — Solum is a former municipality in Telemark county, Norway.The municipality was created as Solum formannskapsdistrikt in 1837. According to the 1835 census the municipality had a population of 3,557. Solum was located west of the city Skien, and… …   Wikipedia

  • solum provinciale — /sowlam pravinshiyeyliy/ Lat. In Roman law, the solum italicum (an extension of the old Ager Romanus) admitted full ownership, and of the application to it of usucapio; whereas the solum provinciale (an extension of the old Ager Publicus)… …   Black's law dictionary

  • solum et fundum — The bottom and the soil. A grant solum et fundum of a river is a grant of the bottom of the river and the soil beneath. Arnold v Mundy, 6 NIL 1 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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