designating a cross with each arm forked and curved back at the end: a cross moline
Origin of molinefrom Anglo-French an unverified form moliné from Old French molin, a mill from Vulgar Latin an unverified form molinum, for Late Latin molina, mill: from its resemblance to the iron support for the upper millstone
A city of northwest Illinois on the Mississippi River across from Davenport, Iowa. It developed as a major producer of farm implements and tractors.x
From Old French molin mill, from Late Latin molinum (mill), from molere (to grind).