Etymology 1 n. A particular organophosphate insecticide. Etymology 2
n. A sheet-like layered mass of ice formed in freezing temperatures from the freezing of successive flows of ground water over previously formed layers of ice.
Usage examples of "naled".
I was about to say something when la Gorda tapped my leg with her knee, and with a subtle movement of her eyebrows sig- naled me to listen.
An old sheet of corrugated iron naled over the frame of a small door on the side was loose.
Grady could imagine his lawyer flopping into his black leather chair and grinned tiredly when a squeak of protest sig naled just such an action over the phone line.