naled

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naled (uncountable)

  1. A particular organophosphate insecticide.

Etymology 2[edit]

From Russian на́ледь (náledʹ).

Backpackers cross a massive sheet of naled in Alaska.
Smaller sheets of naled-like ice form when a river overflows, the top layer of the floodwater freezes, and then the floodwater recedes.

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naled (plural naleds)

  1. A sheet-like layered mass of ice formed in freezing temperatures from the freezing of successive flows of ground water over previously formed layers of ice.

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Noun[edit]

naled m (plural naleds)

  1. naled (insecticide)