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sandiver

[ san-duh-ver ]
/ ˈsæn də vər /
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noun
a whitish, saline scum formed on the surface of molten glass.
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Also called glass gall.

Origin of sandiver

1300–50; Middle English saundyver<Middle French suin de verre grease of glass. See sweat, vitri-
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