glaci- (Latin: ice).
Pertaining to streams flowing from a glacier, or to deposits laid down from glacial streams; glaciofluvial.
1. Relating to, referring to, or derived from a glacier.
2. Pertaining to those geological intervals characterized by cold climate conditions and advancing ice sheets and caps.
To cover with ice or a glacier.
A huge mass of ice slowly flowing over a land mass, formed from compacted snow in an area where snow accumulation exceeds melting; it moves slowly outward from the center of accumulation or down a mountain slope, or valley, until it melts or breaks away.
Used of sediments transported by ice and deposited from the melted waters of a glacier.
One who specializes in the scientific study of glaciers and their phenomena.
The scientific study of the formation, movements, etc. of glaciers.
Through French: a gradual slope; an embankment sloping gradually up to a fortification, so as to expose attackers to defending gunfire.
Pertaining to the combined action of snow and ice.