chenier

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French chêne (oak).

Noun[edit]

chenier (usually uncountable, plural cheniers)

  1. A beach ridge consisting of sand or crushed shells raised above mudflats forming part of a strand plain
  2. (Louisiana) An area of scrub oak growing in an accumulation of alluvial soil in a stream, creek, bayou, marsh or river.

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