Sand-blind meaning

săndblīnd
Having poor vision; partially blind.
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Having poor vision; partially blind.
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Half-blind, partially blind.
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Dim-sighted.
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Alternative spelling of sandblind.
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Origin of sand-blind

  • Middle English from Old English sāmblind sām- half sēmi- in Indo-European roots blind blind blind

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Middle English alteration (due to assoc. with sand) of samblind (“half-blind”), from Old English samblind (“half-blind”), from sām- (“half-”) + blind (“blind”)

    From Wiktionary