scissel

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English[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈsɪsəl/, ˈsɪzəl/

Etymology[edit]

From French cisailles, plural, scissels, from cisailler (to clip with shears), from cisailles (scissors), from Latin caesaculum, from Latin caesus, from caedere (to cut, hew).

Noun[edit]

scissel (plural scissels)

  1. Metal scraps or clippings; especially the remains of fillets from which coin blanks have been cut.