- ichthyosis uteri,
- ichthyosis vulgaris,
- icing on the cake,
- icing sugar
Origin of icicle
Examples from the Web for icicle
Is stabbing someone with an icicle really the perfect crime?So You Are Enduring a Temporarily Paralyzing Winter Storm|Kelly Williams Brown|February 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The coldness of his body through the bag jolts me like an icicle through my heart.
I do not think that, in order to be a great man, you have got to be as cold as an icicle.The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 10 (of 12)|Robert G. Ingersoll
But I was grateful, that, after all, our own dear Doctor Mac had not been metamorphosed into an ogre with icicle eyes.Mavis of Green Hill|Faith Baldwin
Word Origin for icicle
early 14c., isykle, from is "ice" + ikel "icicle," from Old English gicel "icicle, ice" (rel. to cylegicel "cold ice"), from Proto-Germanic *jekilaz (cf. Old Norse jaki "piece of ice," diminutive jökull "icicle, ice, glacier;" Old High German ihilla "icicle"), from PIE *yeg- "ice." Dialectal ickle "icicle" survived into 20c.