Shoad meaning

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A line of parting of the hair of the head; a part (in the hair); the top of the head.
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(mining) Loose fragments (often of metal ore) mixed with earth.
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(mining) To seek for a vein or mineral deposit by following a shode, or tracing them to where they derived.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
shoad
Plural:
shoads

Origin of shoad

  • From Middle English shode, schode, from Old English *(ġe)scād, ġescēad (“separation, distinction, discretion, understanding, argument, reason, reckoning, account, statement, accuracy, art, manner, method”), from Proto-Germanic *skaidą (“separation, distinction”), from Proto-Indo-European *skÁit-, *skÁi- (“to cut, divide, separate”). Related to Old English scādan (“to separate, divide, part, make a line of separation between”). More at shed.

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