verglas

noun ver·glas \(ˈ)ver¦glä\

Definition of verglas

plural

verglases

\-ä(z)\
  1. :  a thin film of ice on rock

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Origin and Etymology of verglas

French, from Middle French from Old French verre-glaz literally, glass-ice, from verre glass (from Latin vitrum glass, woad) + glaz, glace ice, from Late Latin glacia


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