Origin of millrind
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The mill-rind, which takes its name from the iron of a mill-stone—fer de moline—must be set with the crosses.
The Mill-rind or Fer-de-moline is, of course, as its name implies, the iron from the centre of a grindstone.A Complete Guide to Heraldry
Arthur Charles Fox-Davies
- an iron support fitted across an upper millstone
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