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nounUS, Welsh English
A loose brittle deposit of shale or poor quality coal. Usually in plural Compare "rash".
Late 19th century; earliest use found in William S. Gresley (fl. 1883). Probably from rash + -ing. Compare Welsh rasien, rasin, rasyn, of uncertain origin<br>Old English; earliest use found in Hymns. From rash + -ing.
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