ashling

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

ash +‎ -ling

NounEdit

ashling (plural ashlings)

  1. A small ash tree.
    • 1806, Charles Heath, Monmouthshire:
      At that time, the interior was choaked up with rubbish, several feet above the present surface, and overspread with ashlings, alders, and trees, the growth of such situations, to a very considerable height.

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