maslin

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Etymology[edit]

From Old English missellane, misceline, miscelin, meslin, from miscellane. See miscellane.

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maslin (plural maslins)

  1. A mixture composed of different materials; especially:
    1. A mixture of metals resembling brass.
    2. A mixture of different sorts of grain, such as wheat and rye.
  2. (obsolete) A vessel made of maslin.
    Mead eke in a maselyn. Chaucer.

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maslin (not comparable)

  1. Composed of different sorts.
    Maslin bread is made of rye mixed with a little wheat.

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