grozing iron

noun gro·zing iron \ ˈgrōziŋ- \

Definition of grozing iron

archaic
:a steel tool for cutting glass

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Origin and Etymology of grozing iron

partial translation of Dutch gruisijzer, from gruizen (dialect groezen) to crush, trim glass (from gruis gravel, fragments, from Middle Dutch gruus) + yzer iron; akin to Middle Low German grūs, grōs crushed stone, gravel, Old English grēot grit (sand)


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