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Etymology

Old English rinde

Noun

Singular
rind

Plural
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  1. A hard, tough outer layer, particularly on food such as fruit, cheese, etc.

Derived terms

Translations

  • Czech: kůra f.
  • Dutch: schil f., bast f.
  • Finnish: kuori
  • German: Rinde f., Schwarte f.
  • French: (fruits) pelure f., (cheese) croûte f.

See also


Estonian

Etymology

From Germanic

Noun

rind

  1. breast

Kurdish

Adjective

rind

  1. good
  2. beautiful

Old High German

Etymology

Common Germanic *hrenthiz, whence also Old English hrīþer

Noun

rind

  1. cattle

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