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I hate the butchery of language this show does. Gelu is a latin noun that means 'ice' hence gelato. Cold is frigidus. But, gelus is an adjective, gelum (singular dative) that means 'zealous'. Seriously this takes less the 5 min if you consult a g*ddamn dictionary. Man up Grimm writers<ac_metadata title="Definition" related_topics="Gelumcaedus"> </ac_metadata>
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I hate the butchery of language this show does. Gelu is a latin noun that means 'ice' hence gelato. Cold is frigidus. But, gelus is an adjective, gelum (singular dative) that means 'zealous'. Seriously this takes less the 5 min if you consult a g*ddamn dictionary. Man up Grimm writers <ac_metadata title="Definition" related_topics="Gelumcaedus" lastmove="1387348694"> </ac_metadata>

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I hate the butchery of language this show does. Gelu is a latin noun that means 'ice' hence gelato. Cold is frigidus. But, gelus is an adjective, gelum (singular dative) that means 'zealous'. Seriously this takes less the 5 min if you consult a g*ddamn dictionary. Man up Grimm writers

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