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First attested in 1630. From Latin gelidus (cold), from gelu (frost).

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gelid (comparative more gelid, superlative most gelid)

  1. Very cold; icy or frosty.

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EtymologyEdit

From ge- +‎ lid.

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gelid n (plural gelederen)

  1. row of a formation, battle line
  2. an organizational rank, especially a military rank

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  • Afrikaans: gelid

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gelid n (plural geleden)

  1. a joint, a point of articulation

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