Alluvia: Meaning and Pronunciation

Alluvia is a noun that refers to the plural form of alluvium. In Telugu, it is known as అల్లువియం (alluviam). Pronounced as /əˈluːvɪə/ (uh-loo-vee-uh), alluvia is commonly used in geology and refers to the loose, unconsolidated soil, clay, silt, sand, gravel, or other sediments that have been deposited by flowing water.

Synonyms of Alluvia

Some synonyms of alluvia include:

  • Deposits
  • Sediments
  • Alluvium
  • Detritus
  • Residuum

Nearby Words

Here are some nearby words related to alluvia:

  • Alluvial (adjective) – అల్లువియాల
  • Alluvion (noun) – అల్లువియం
  • Alluvial fan (noun) – అల్లువియాల పంట
  • Alluvial plain (noun) – అల్లువియాల ప్రదేశం
  • Alluvial soil (noun) – అల్లువియాల మణ్ణు

Example sentences:

  1. The alluvial deposits along the riverbank are rich in minerals.
  2. The alluvion left behind by the flood created fertile land for farming.
  3. The alluvial fan formed at the base of the mountain due to erosion.


In Telugu, the antonym of alluvia is అల్లువియం విరుద్ధం (alluviam viruddham).

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