Eskar

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esker or eskar (ˈɛskə, ˈɛskɑː, -kə)
 
n
Also called: os a long winding ridge of gravel, sand, etc, originally deposited by a meltwater stream running under a glacier
 
[C19: from Old Irish escir ridge]
 
eskar or eskar
 
n
 
[C19: from Old Irish escir ridge]

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