Millrynd
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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  • millrynd — noun see millrind …   Useful english dictionary

  • Rynd — A Rynd (also Rind or millrynd) is a cross shaped iron support for the runner stone in a pair of millstones. The rynd is affixed to the top of the main shaft or spindle and supports the entire weight of the moving stone (which can be as much as… …   Wikipedia

  • 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] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Millstone — For other uses, see Millstone (disambiguation). The basic anatomy of a millstone. Note that this is a runner stone. A bedstone would not have the Spanish Cross into which the supporting millrynd fits …   Wikipedia

  • Millrind — A Bedstone and the Rind …   Wikipedia

  • millrind — noun or millrynd ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ 1. : an iron support fixed across the hole in the upper millstone of a grist mill 2. heraldry : a conventional or stylized representation of the millrind of a millstone: as a …   Useful english dictionary

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