Frost is the coating or deposit of ice that may form in humid air in cold conditions,
usually ... Hoar frost (also hoarfrost, radiation frost, or pruina) refers to white ice
crystals, deposited on t...
Hoarfrost definition, frost (def 2). See more. ... Origin of hoarfrost. Expand ... He
fancied there would be hoarfrost on the trees in the morning. A Michigan Man
Define hoarfrost: frost — hoarfrost in a sentence. ... <the hoarfrost formed a
delicate swirly pattern on the window>. 14th Century ... The Origin of 'Inaugurate'.
Definition of hoar frost in English: hoar frost .... What is the origin of 'steal
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Jump to: navigation, search. See also: hoar-frost and hoar frost ... hoarfrost (
usually uncountable, plural hoarfrosts). Dew-drops which have undergone ...
Origin from the same as kephor Definition hoarfrost NASB Word Usage frost (3) ...
The hoarfrost is abstinence because through it, the passion of the body freezes ...
hoarfrost. Play hoar·frost. Use hoarfrost in a sentence. frost (sense ). Origin of
hoarfrost ... hoarfrost. noun. A white coating of ice crystals formed by sublimation
Like most other family names its origin is traced to some common word of the ... “
hoar” as used in the expression “hoary head” and “hoar frost” is derived from the
hoar (adj.) Look up hoar at Dictionary.com: Old English har "hoary, gray,
venerable, old," the connecting notion being gray hair, from Proto-Germanic *
A white coating of ice crystals formed by sublimation of atmospheric water vapor
on a surface. Also called white frost. American Heritage® Dictionary of the ...