Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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ICELET, n. An icicle; a drip from an icicle (Ags.18 1945). Ags. 1890  A. Lowson John Guidfollow 115:
From mountains west, Upon whose breast The icelets kill The frail and ill.

[Ice, n. + dim. suff. -let.]

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