engrailed

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

en·grailed

adjective \in-ˈgrāld, en-\

Definition of ENGRAILED

1
:  indented with small concave curves <an engrailed heraldic bordure>
2
:  made of or bordered by a circle of raised dots <an engrailed coin>

Origin of ENGRAILED

Middle English engreled, from Anglo-French engreslé, literally, reduced, thinned, from en- + gresle slender, from Latin gracilis
First Known Use: 15th century

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