blin

[ blin ]
/ blɪn /

noun Russian Cooking.

singular of blini.

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Origin of blin

First recorded in 1885–90; from Russian; Old Russian blinŭ, by dissimilation from mlinŭ, noun derivative from base of Russian molótʾ “to grind,” mélʾnitsa “mill”; cf. mill1
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British Dictionary definitions for blin

blin
/ (blɪn) /

adjective

a Scot word for blind
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