FOREL

Etymology

Noun

forel (countable and uncountable, plural forels)

A kind of parchment for book covers; a forrill.

Verb

forel (third-person singular simple present forels, present participle forelling, simple past and past participle forelled)

To bind with a forel.

Anagrams

• Rolfe, lofer

Source: Wiktionary


For"el, n. Etym: [OE. forelcase, sheath, OF. forel, fourel, F. fourreau, LL. forellus, fr. OF. forre, fuerre, sheath, case, of German origin; cf. OHG. fuotar, akin to Goth. fodr; prob. not the same word as E. fodder food. Cf. Fur, Fodder food.]

Definition: A kind of parchment for book covers. See Forrill.

For"el, v. t.

Definition: To bind with a forel. [R.] Fuller.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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