2 the natural outer covering of food (usually removed before eating)
- IPA: /ɻaɪnd/
- SAMPA: /r\`aInd/
- Rhymes: -aɪnd
EtymologyOld English rinde
- a hard, tough outer layer, particularly on food such as fruit, cheese, etc.
Old High German
Rind can mean any of the following:
- Rind et al. (1998), a controversial study on child sexual abuse
- Rind (tribe), a tribe in BaluchistanDalgarven Mill, Scotland]]
- Lind (Oh My Goddess!) (also known as Rind), the fifth goddess to appear to Keiichi on the anime/manga Oh My Goddess!
- An alternative spelling of rynd, in milling the metal device which locks into the upper millstone and turns it. Also the 'symbol' of Millers
rind in Danish: Rind
rind in Spanish: corteza
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