Millrind
Millrind Mill"rind` (m[i^]l"r[imac]nd`), Millrynd Mill"rynd` (m[i^]l"r[imac]nd`), n. [Mill + rynd.] (Her.) A figure supposed to represent the iron which holds a millstone by being set into its center. [1913 Webster]

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