Origin of polder
Examples from the Web for polder
Polder's intense countenance was sombre, his brow corrugated.
Into this I put slices of beef, and let it stew slowly till quite done, and then thicken the sauce with polder starch.
The personal tone of Polder's revelations was inherently distasteful to him.
With the exception of the Polder schorres, the district fertilized by the overflowing of the river, few districts are cultivated.
He recognized that Polder was more drawn than he had first observed.
British Dictionary definitions for polder
Word Origin for polder
Word Origin and History for polder
c.1600, from Dutch polder, from Middle Dutch polre, related to East Frisian poller, polder, of unknown origin.