a nearly vertical hole in a glacier down which flows a stream of water melted from the surface
Origin of moulinFr, literally , a mill ; from Late Latin molinum, molina, mill
A nearly vertical cavity in a glacier through which meltwater from the surface drops into tunnels that are within or beneath the ice.
Origin of moulinFrench, mill, moulin, from Old French molin, mill, from Late Latin mol&imacron;num; see mill1.
From French moulin, from Late Latin molinum (“mill").