rundlet

noun
rund·let | \ ˈrən(d)-lət \
variants: or runlet

Definition of rundlet 

: a small barrel : keg

Examples of rundlet in a Sentence

the wine was transferred to rundlets for further aging in the cellar

First Known Use of rundlet

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for rundlet

Middle English roundelet, from Anglo-French rondelet — more at roundelay

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Dictionary Entries near rundlet

run deep

Rundi

rundle

rundlet

run down

run-down

rundown

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