One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with object To bear (something) off; specifically to carry (newly moulded bricks) away from the moulding machine or table; to carry (wood, etc.) away from a saw or machine. Also without object with passive meaning.
Mid 19th century. From off- + bear. Compare off-bearer.
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