saltine

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EtymologyEdit

Originally a US brand name in the late 1800s, presumably salt +‎ -ine.

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saltine ‎(plural saltines)

  1. (US) A thin, crisp, salted, customarily white-colored cracker, a soda cracker; the most common of all US crackers; (Britain) soda biscuit.

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