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From Latin gelu.

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  • IPA: /ˈgelo/
  • Hyphenation: gel‧o

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Gelo (plural Geloj, accusative singular Gelon, accusative plural Gelojn)

  1. Patrono:Weather frost

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gelo m. (plural geli)

  1. intense cold
  2. frost
  3. cold weather

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From gelu (frost), from Proto-Indo-European *gel- (cold). Cognate with Ancient Greek γελανδρόν (gelandron).

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present active gelō, present infinitive gelāre, perfect active gelāvī, supine gelātum.
  1. I freeze, cause to congeal.
  2. I frighten, petrify, cause to become rigid with fright.

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Proto-Germanic *gelwa, whence also Old English geolu

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gelo

  1. yellow

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From Latin gelū.

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gelo m.

  1. ice (frozen water)

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