kelsin /ke̞lsin/, noun: “snowflake”
"You’re all individuals!"
"We’re all individuals!"
So, today’s Boxing Day, and since I’m lucky enough that the Netherlands also celebrate that one, I get to be lazy as one is supposed to be on that day, and just make a derivation from yesterday’s word :P.
Kelsin simply means “snowflake”. That’s it. Nothing special :). In terms of formation, it’s also quite simply the diminutive form of yesterday’s keli. The diminutive, in Moten, is often used to mark a unit or small quantity of something, and this is what it does here :).
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