adjective \ˈsan(d)-ˌblīnd\

Definition of sand–blind

  1. :  having poor eyesight :  purblind

Origin and Etymology of sand–blind

Middle English, probably alteration of *samblind, from Old English sam- half (akin to Old High German sāmi- half) + blind — more at semi-

First Known Use: 15th century

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