One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A natural cave in which the temperature remains cool (and which may contain ice) throughout the year.
2A natural cave or opening in ice, especially at the foot or side of a glacier.
3A kind of small domestic refrigerator. Now historical.
Late 18th century. From ice + cave.
ice cave/ˈʌɪs keɪv/
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