Definition of badger plane in English:

badger plane

noun

Woodworking
  • A plane with a skewed cutting iron, typically one which extends to one edge of the stock.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Edward H. Knight (1824–1883), patent lawyer and expert in mechanics. Apparently from the name of Charles Badger (fl. 1852–67), English toolmaker and dealer + plane.

Pronunciation

badger plane

/ˈbadʒə pleɪn/