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nounIrish English, English Regional, Scottish, Northern
A quantity of grain or meal, specifically a quantity of meal ground at one time.
Late 15th century. From early Scandinavian (compare Old Icelandic meldr grist, flour (Icelandic meldur), Old Swedish mälder (Swedish mäld), Norwegian melder, meld) from an extended form of the Germanic base of meal.
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