thëllim

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Albanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Cognate to Lithuanian šálti (to freeze), Sanskrit शिशिर (śíśira, cold, cool), Old Norse háll (slippery). Alternatively, a derivative of thellë, with an intermediate meaning of “darkness; storm” to “harsh cold”.

Noun[edit]

thëllim m (indefinite plural thëllime, definite singular thëllimi, definite plural thëllimet)

  1. harsh cold, frost
    Synonym: acar

Adjective[edit]

thëllim m (feminine thëllime)

  1. (frozen and clear) weather (ice) wind, (severe) cold
    Synonym: acar

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