serrated

[ser-ey-tid, suh-rey-]

Origin of serrated

First recorded in 1695–1705; serrate + -ed2
Related formssub·ser·rat·ed, adjectiveun·ser·rat·ed, adjective
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serrated

adjective (səˈreɪtɪd)
  1. having a notched or sawlike edge
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Word Origin and History for unserrated

serrated

adj.

1703, past participle adjective based on Latin serratus (see serrate (adj.)). Serrating "sawing" attested from 1590s, but serrate as a transitive verb not attested before 1750 according to OED.

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