jedding ax

noun jed·ding ax \ˈjediŋ-\

Definition of jedding ax

  1. :  a stonecutter's ax with a flat face and a pointed peen

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Origin and Etymology of jedding ax

jedding alteration of jadding, present participle of jad to make a long deep hole in a rock, from jad, such a hole, of unknown origin

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