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Multilingual molinology lexicon
Thread poster: Ken Cox
Ken Cox  Identity Verified
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Jan 29, 2005

English, German, French, & Dutch terminology related to mills of all sorts - might be useful on the odd occasion.

http://tims.geo.tudelft.nl/DicMol/DraftDictionaryMolinology.pdf


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nordiste  Identity Verified
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molinology ?? Jan 30, 2005

Thanks for the link !
I looked at the post to learn a new term "molinology" and I was quite surprised !
Maybe it's from French "moulin" meaning "mill"

I'll try to use it in some occasion.


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