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bushhammer

or bush ham·mer

[ boosh-ham-er ]
/ ˈbʊʃˌhæm ər /
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noun Masonry.

a hammer for dressing stone, having one or two square faces composed of a number of pyramidal points.

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Origin of bushhammer

1880–85; <German Bosshammer, equivalent to obsolete boss(en) to beat + hammerhammer
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British Dictionary definitions for bushhammer

bushhammer
/ (ˈbʊʃˌhæmə) /

noun

a hammer with small pyramids projecting from its working face, used for dressing stone

Word Origin for bushhammer

C19: from German Bosshammer, from bossen to beat + hammer
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