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Alternative spelling of arête
Acute, rugged mountain range between two mountain ranges
There is one well defined arete, indicated on the map by closely spaced contour lines revealing a steep sided ridge This arete is bordered by two cirques and the U-shaped valleys that extend downhill away from the cirques
Sharp ridge line on mountains made by ice
a sharp narrow ridge found in rugged mountains
Excellence, virtue
Translated as "virtue," the word actually means something closer to "being the best you can be," or "reaching your highest human potential " The term from Homeric times onwards is not gender specific The man or woman of areté is a person of the highest effectiveness; they use all their faculties: strength, bravery, wit, and deceptiveness, to achieve real results The concept implies a human-centered universe in which human actions are of paramount importance; the world is a place of conflict and difficulty, and human value and meaning is measured against individual effectiveness in the world from: http: //lancefuhrer com/arete htm
A sharp, narrow mountain ridge It often results from the erosive activity of alpine glaciers flowing in adjacent valleys
sharp narrow ridge separating two lglacier troughs
n A narrow ridge, or corner, of rock or snow Derived from the french word for "stop"
A narrow, jagged mountain crest, often above the snowline, sculptured by alpine glaciers and formed by backward erosion of adjoining cirque walls HP
(Ah-rhet) n a steep, skinny, and jagged wall of rock cut by two glaciers; see glacial erosion
A word for a mountain ridge See ridge
{i} sharp uppermost ridge of a mountain
A sharp ridge of erosion resistant rock; an arete is formed when two cirque glaciers converge but do not meet (usually flowing sub-parallel to one another), allowing a spine of rock to remain between them
A knife-edged rock divide between two glacial cirques
Queen of the Phaiakians
a steep, narrow ridge
arête
A very thin ridge of rock
arête
{i} sharp uppermost ridge of a mountain; fish bone (French)
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    [ &-'rAt ] (noun.) 1838. French, literally, fish bone, from Late Latin arista, from Latin, beard of grain.

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