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[hahy-drahrk] /ˈhaɪ drɑrk/

adjective, Ecology.
(of a sere) originating in a wet habitat.


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    [hahy-drahr-jer-uh m] /haɪˈdrɑr dʒər əm/ noun 1. . /haɪˈdrɑːdʒɪrəm/ noun 1. an obsolete name for mercury (sense 1) n. “mercury, quicksilver,” 1560s, from Latin hydrargyrus, from Greek hydrargyros, from hydr-, stem of hydor “water” (see water (n.1)) + argyros “silver” (see argent). Hence the chemical abbreviation Hg for the element mercury. hydrargyrum hy·drar·gy·rum (hī-drär’jə-rəm) n. […]

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