gicel

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From Proto-Germanic *jekulaz ‎(icicle, ice) (compare Old Norse jǫkull, Old Frisian itsil ‎(spur), Old High German ihilla), diminutive of Proto-Germanic *jekô ‎(ice, glacier) (compare dialectal German Jäch ‎(hoarfrost), Old Norse jaki ‎(piece of ice)), from Proto-Indo-European *yeg- ‎(ice, icicle)

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ġiċel m ‎(nominative plural ġiclas)

  1. icicle
  2. ice

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