MAERL

Etymology

Noun

maerl (countable and uncountable, plural maerls) (usually as a collective noun)

Two or three species of calcareous algae in the Corallinaceae family, that grow on the seabed.

A fertilizer derived from this algae.

Anagrams

• Almer, Lamer, Lemar, Lerma, Maler, lamer, maler, marle, meral, realm

Source: Wiktionary



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