verb (used with object)
to ornament the edge of with curved indentations.
Minting. to make dots or curves on the cylindrical edge of (a coin, medal, etc.) so as to form a pattern.
Origin of engrail
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(tr) to decorate or mark (the edge of) (a coin) with small carved notches
Word Origin for engrail
C14: from Old French engresler, from en- 1 + gresle slim, from Latin gracilis slender, graceful
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