# hydrogenic

**I.**\\| ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷*at*hydro-+|jenik\*adjective***Etymology:***hydr- + -genic***1.****:**formed by the agency of waterdinosaur footprints in

*hydrogenic*rock**2.****:**developed under the dominant influence of water (as in a cold humid region)*hydrogenic*soil**II.***adjective***Etymology:**International Scientific Vocabulary*hydrogen + -ic***:**resembling hydrogen in nuclear composition

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