randkluft

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from German Randkluft, from Rand (edge, brink, rim) + Kluft (cleft, fissure, joint).

Noun[edit]

randkluft (plural randklufts)

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  1. (geology) The headwall gap between a glacier or snowfield and the adjacent rock face at the back of the cirque or, more loosely, between the rock face and the side of the glacier.