glacon

noun gla·con \(ˈ)gla¦sōⁿ\

Definition of glacon

plural

glacons

\-ōⁿ(z)\
  1. :  a piece of sea ice ranging in size from a small fragment to a floe of medium dimensions

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Origin and Etymology of glacon

French glaçon piece of ice, from Old French, from glace ice — more at glacier


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