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From Latin littoralis, from litus (genitif of litoris).

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Littoral (comparative more Littoral, superlative most Littoral)

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Littoral

Comparative
more Littoral

Superlative
most Littoral

  1. of, or related to the shore, especially the seashore

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Singular
Littoral

Plural
Littorals

Littoral (plural Littorals)
  1. a shore
    • "...these Chams belonged to the Malay-Polynesian group and their distribution along the littoral suggests that they were invaders from the sea..." —Sir Charles Eliot (1921)
  2. the zone between high tide and low tide waterlines.

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From Latin littoralis, from litus (genitive of litoris).

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Littoral m. (f. Littorale, m. plural littoraux, f. plural Littorales)

  1. littoral, coastal

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Littoral m. (plural Littorals)

  1. littoral

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