Dragetum

See Dredge

Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases. .

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  • dredge — dredge1 /drej/, n., v., dredged, dredging. n. 1. Also called dredging machine. any of various powerful machines for dredging up or removing earth, as from the bottom of a river, by means of a scoop, a series of buckets, a suction pipe, or the… …   Universalium

  • Dredge — A mix of grains sown together, i.e. oats and barley. Latin forms include dragium and dragetum …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • dredge — dredge1 [drej] n. [prob. < MDu dregge, akin to DRAG] 1. a device consisting of a net attached to a frame, dragged along the bottom of a river, bay, etc. to gather shellfish, marine plant specimens, etc. 2. an apparatus for scooping or sucking… …   English World dictionary

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