Definition of Melder

1. the amount of grain ground at one time [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Melder

melastatin
melastatine
melastoma
melastomaceous
melastome
melatonin
melatonin deacetylase
melatonins
melatope
melba
melbas
meld
meldable
melded
melder (current term)
melders
melding
meldings
melds
meleagrine
meleagris
melees
melena
melena neonatorum
melena spuria
melena vera
melenas
melene

Literary usage of Melder

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopedia by John Mactaggart (1876)
"MULTER or MUTTER—The miller's fee for his melden ; if the melder be six bolls, the mutter is about the fortieth part. ..."

2. Report of the Annual Meeting (1896)
"A small quantity of the ' melder' was given to a poor neighbour, ... This deed was thought to bring a blessing on the ' melder' and make it last well. 96. ..."

3. The Cambrian Journal by Cambrian Institute, Tenby, Wales, Cambrian Institute (Tenby, Wales), Wales Cambrian Institute (Tenby (1857)
"O that will not do, says Milder to melder, O that will not do, ... 0 what will you bring her home in 1 says Milder to melder, O what will you bring her homo ..."

4. The Autobiography of a Working Man by Alexander Somerville (1848)
"The next day, or the next again, was appointed for "making the melder;" upon which ... They began early in the morning, and had the melder made by mid-day. ..."

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