Definition of tendron
1 archaic : a young shoot, sprout, or bud
2 tendrons plural, archaic : pieces of tender cartilage from the bones situated at the extremity of a breast of veal
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Origin and Etymology of tendron
Middle English, from Middle French, from Old French tendre tender, soft
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