elding

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From Middle English elding, eyldyng, of North Germanic origin, akin to Icelandic elding (fuel), Danish ild (fire). More at anneal.

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elding (plural eldings)

  1. (chiefly dialectal) firewood; fuel
  2. rubbish

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From elda +‎ -ing.

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elding f (genitive singular eldingar, nominative plural eldingar)

  1. a bolt of lightning; lightning

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