Means "snowcapped" in Spanish
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The fear of snow
Droplets of water which have condensed on objects, such as plants, which have cooled below the dewpoint temperature of the air.
A recording barometer.
Named to honor Roman dictator Julius Caesar (100-44B.C.). In 46 B.C., Julius Caesar, with the help of Sosigenes, developed the Julian calendar, the precursor to the Gregorian calendar we use today.
A cloud yardstick. A ceilometer measures the height of clouds.
From the Latin word octo, "eight," because this had been the eighth month of the early Roman calendar.
The name is from the Sioux word meaning "sky-tinted water" or "cloudy water."