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What is blizzard in Latin?

What is blizzard in Latin?

This page provides all possible translations of the word blizzard in the Latin language. ningor, nigorLatin.

What do you mean by blizzard?

Definition of blizzard 1 : a long severe snowstorm. 2 : an intensely strong cold wind filled with fine snow. 3 : an overwhelming rush or deluge a blizzard of mail around the holidays.

What is Yeti Spanish?

Español. yeti n. (abominable snowman) yeti nm. Exemplos: el televisor, un piso.

How do you say blizzard in other languages?

In other languages blizzard

  1. American English: blizzard /ˈblɪzərd/
  2. Arabic: عاصِفَة ثَلْجِيَّة عَنِيفَة
  3. Brazilian Portuguese: nevasca.
  4. Chinese: 暴风雪
  5. Croatian: mećava.
  6. Czech: vánice.
  7. Danish: snestorm.
  8. Dutch: sneeuwstorm.

Why is blizzard called blizzard?

The name originated in the central United States, where blizzards are brought by northwesterly winds following winter depressions, or low-pressure systems. In the United States and in England, the term is often used for any strong, heavy snowstorm with wind.

What is a blizzard in Canada?

Environment Canada defines a blizzard as a storm with wind speeds exceeding 40 km/h (25 mph) accompanied by visibility of 400 metres (0.25 mi) or less, resulting from snowfall, blowing snow, or a combination of the two.

How do you say snow in every language?

In other languages snow

  1. American English: snow /ˈsnoʊ/
  2. Arabic: ثَلْج
  3. Brazilian Portuguese: neve.
  4. Chinese: 雪
  5. Croatian: snijeg.
  6. Czech: sníh.
  7. Danish: sne.
  8. Dutch: sneeuw.

How do you say ice in other languages?

In other languages ice

  1. American English: ice /ˈaɪs/
  2. Arabic: جَلِيدٌ
  3. Brazilian Portuguese: gelo.
  4. Chinese: 冰
  5. Croatian: led.
  6. Czech: led.
  7. Danish: is.
  8. Dutch: ijs.

What is the Greek name for ice?

Crystal (Greek origin) meaning ‘ice’.

What is Latin for storm?

tempestas. More Latin words for storm. tempestas noun.

Who named blizzards?

So, in 2012, the senior meteorologists at The Weather Channel chose 26 names for US blizzards. A storm gets its name three days before it hits and none of the names are used by hurricanes.

What states have blizzards?

In the United States, blizzards are common in the upper Midwest and the Great Plains but occur in most areas of the country except for the Gulf Coast and the California coast. Blizzards can occur all over the world, even in the tropics where it is cold on high altitude mountaintops.

What does Chichi mean in Spanish slang?

a breast. From Mexican Spanish “chichi”, slang diminutive of “teta”. The word is used freely in all but the most formal situations by women in some US Hispanic communities. My chichis hurt this time of month. See more words with the same meaning: terms with foreign origin (list of).

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