littoral

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a shore
of, or related to the shore, especially the seashore
the zone between high tide and low tide waterlines
of, pertaining to, or living on a shore
{a} relating to or lying near the seashore
of, on, or along the shore
Belonging to the shore of seas and the Great Lakes; the word applied loosely and generally to the seashore as well as to the shores of lakes and rivers
the zone between high-water and low-water mark
Inhabiting the seashore, esp
\LIH-tuh-rul\, adjective: Of, relating to, or on a coastal or shore region, especially a seashore
the region of the shore of a lake or sea or ocean
the zone between high tide and low tide
1 Seaward: Area from the shore to open ocean that must be controlled to support operations; 2 Landward: Area inland from shore that can be supported and defended directly from the sea (NWP 1-02)
The zone of a lake containing rooted plants
{s} pertaining to a shore (of a lake, sea or ocean); close to a shore
In geography, the littoral means the coast. the countries of the north African littoral. the littoral countries of the Persian Gulf. an area near the coast (litoralis, from litus )
part of the shore zone of a large body of water Compare with riparian rights
Of or pertaining to the shore
The benthic zone between the highest and lowest spring tide marks; the inter-tidal zone
Relating to or existing on a shore
Pertaining to the seashore, especially the intertidal area
the ocean shore, including the rocky intertidal, sandy beaches, and salt marshes
The area of a lake through which sunlight penetrates to the bottom Usually found along the shore
The shallow, shoreward region of a body of water sometimes inhabited by aquatic plants
Natural sea barriers which extend parallel to the European coast line, and separates the lagoon from the sea
(1) Of, or pertaining to, a shore, especially a seashore (2) (SMP) Living on, or occurring on, the shore
From the Latin "litus " Of or pertaining to the shore, especially of the sea A coastal region
the region of the shore of a lake or sea or ocean of or relating to a coastal or shore region
intertidal; between low and high tide levels
the shore of a lake, sea or ocean
Of or pertaining to a shore, as of the sea
Involving the shore of lakes and oceans
of or relating to a coastal or shore region
{i} region near a shore (of a lake, sea or ocean)
Pertaining to property abutting an ocean, sea or lake rather than a river or stream (see riparian)
Littoral Combat Ship
(Askeri) The Littoral Combat Ship is the first of the U.S. Navy's next-generation surface combatants. Intended as a relatively small surface vessel for operations in the littoral region (close to shore), the LCS is smaller than the Navy's guided missile frigates, and have been compared to the corvette of international usage. However, the LCS adds the capabilities of a small assault transport with a flight deck and hangar large enough to base two SH-60 Seahawk helicopters, the capability to recover and launch small boats from a stern ramp, and enough cargo volume and payload to deliver a small assault force with armored vehicles to a roll-on/roll-off port facility. Although the LCS design offers air defense and surface-to-surface capabilities comparable to destroyers with 57 mm guns, torpedo and missile launchers, the concept emphasizes speed, flexible mission module space and a shallow draft
littoral drift
The material moved in the littoral zone under the influence of waves and currents
littoral drift
The movement of beach material in the littoral zone by waves and currents Includes movement parallel (long shore drift) and sometimes also perpendicular (cross-shore transport) to the shore
littoral drift
The sediment that is transported by waves and currents through beach drift and longshore drift along coastal areas
littoral drift
The process by which sand is constantly carried along Florida's coasts by wave action
littoral drift
(1) The sedimentary material moved in the littoral zone under the influence of waves and currents (2) (SMP) The mud, sand, or gravel material moved parallel to the shoreline in the nearshore zone by waves and currents
littoral rights
The rights of a landowner whose land borders a pond, lake or ocean shore-line where the body of water is non-flowing Littoral rights extend to the mean high water mark of ocean or tidal waters (See riparian rights, water rights)
littoral rights
A landowners claim to sue water in large navigable lakes and oceans adjacent to his or her property The ownership rights to land bordering these bodies of water up to the high-water mark
littoral rights
the rights that a land owner has to the use and enjoyment of a lake or sea that borders his land
littoral rights
Landowner's claim to use water in large lakes and oceans adjacent to his/her property The ownership rights to land bordering these bodies of water up to the high water mark
littoral rights
The water rights of a littoral owner, including the right to make reasonable use of the water that is bordering his or her property
littoral rights
1 A landowner's claim to use water in large navigable lakes and oceans adjacent to his or her property 2 The ownership rights to land bordering these bodies of water up to the high-water mark
littoral warfare
Military combat in and near shallow water depths
littorals
plural of littoral
littoral

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    [ 'li-t&-r&l; "li-t& ] (adjective.) circa 1656. From Late Latin littoralis, from litus (genitif of litoris). The doubled ‘t’ is a late medieval addition, and the more classical litoral is also sometimes found. Cognate to French littoral, Spanish litoral, and more distantly to English lido (“outdoor pool”), via Italian lido (“beach, shore”).

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