noun fu·ri·son \ˈfyu̇rəsən, -rəzən\

Definition of furison



  1. :  an iron used to strike fire from a flint —used especially in heraldry

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Origin and Etymology of furison

Low German vūrīsern, from Middle Low German, from vūr fire (akin to Old High German fiur) + īsern iron; akin to Old High German īsan, īsarn — more at fire, iron

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