ashling

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

ash +‎ -ling

Noun[edit]

ashling (plural ashlings)

  1. A small ash tree.
    • 1806, Charles Heath, Monmouthshire
      At that time, the interior was choaked up with rubbish, several feet above the present surface, and overspread with ashlings, alders, and trees, the growth of such situations, to a very considerable height.

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