sinder

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *sindrą ‎(dross, cinder, slag), from Proto-Indo-European *sendʰro- ‎(coagulating fluid, scale, cinder). Akin to Old High German sintar ‎(cinder), Middle Low German sinder ‎(cinder), Old Norse sindr ‎(cinder), Old Church Slavonic сядра ‎(sjadra, lime cinder, gypsum).

Noun[edit]

sinder n

  1. cinder, ashes
  2. dross, scoria, slag

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