ader wax

\ ˈä-dər-\

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First Known Use of ader wax

1915, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for ader wax

probably partial translation of German aderwachs, from ader vein (from Middle High German āder, from Old High German ādara) + wachs wax; akin to Old English ǣdre vein, Old Norse ǣthr, Greek ētor heart

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