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Definition of the noun Shagreen
What does Shagreen mean as a name of something?
- Shagreen is the vernacular name of the Mesodon inflectus, a species of Mesodon.
- Shagreen is the vernacular name of the Inflectarius inflectus, a species of Inflectarius.
- geographic area: North America
Alternative definition of the noun Shagreen
- An untanned leather, often dyed green; originally made from horse skin, today mostly made from the skin of a shark or ray.
Shagreen is a type of rawhide consisting of rough untanned skin, formerly made from a horse's back or that of an onager. Shagreen is now commonly made of the skins of sharks and rays.
Phrases with Shagreen
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Phrases ending with the word Shagreen:
- Alabama Shagreen
- Deep-Tooth Shagreen
- Smooth-Lip Shagreen
- Tight-Gapped Shagreen
- Magazine Mountain Shagreen
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Shagreen
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Mechanics' Magazine (1825)
imitation of it in paper sufficing for the generality of the uses to which it was formerly applied Real shagreen is a species of leather, manufactured from the skins of horses, mules, or asses; and particularly from the croup. The orientals expose ...
Ophthalmology Review (2012)
by Myron Yanoff
Posterior corneal crocodile shagreen is a benign.
Real shagreen is a species of leather, manufactured from the skins of horses, mules, or asses; and particularly from the croup. The Orientals expose these skins for some days to the air and sun; after which they tan them, and render them as ...
Real shagreen is a species of leather, manufactured from the skins of horses, mules, or asses ; and particularly from the croup. The Orientals expose these skins for some days to the air and sun ; after which they tan them, and render them as ...
A Million of Facts connected with the studies, pursuits and interests of mankind, serving as a Common-Place Book ... on all subjects of research and curiosity, etc (1832)
Shagreen is the skin of the houndfish, called the sha Shamoy leather is the skin of the chamois goat. Shells consist of carbonate of lime and animal gluten. Soda water is made by combinin eight times its bulk of carbonic aci gas, formed in the ...
The Cyclopædia (1819)
Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature by Abraham Rees
The best shagreen is that brought from Constantinople, of a brownish colour; the white is the worst. It is extremely hard ; yet, when steeped in water, it becomes very soft and pliable; whence it is of great use among case-makers. It takes any ...
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
For black shagreen gall-nuts and vitriol are employed. The skins, moist from the pickle, are thickly bestrewed with finely pulverised gall-nuts. They are then folded and laid over each other twentyfour hours. A new ley, of bitter saline earth or ...
As the iron, however, is pretty blunt, which occasions inequalities on the shagreen, this inconvenience must afterwards be remedied by means of a sharp scraping iron or urak, by which the surface acquires a perfect uniformity, and only faint ...
by Anthony Florian Madinger Willich
SHAGREEN, or CHAG REEN, is a kind of rough leather, prepared from the skin of the spotted SHARK. - For this purpose, the skin of the fish is first stripped, then extended on a table, and covered with bruised mustard-seed; it is thus exposed ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
Sal ammoniac is dissolved in water till the water is completely saturated; and the shagreen skins, still moist, after being taken from the pickle, are washed over with the solution on the ungrained flesh fide, and when well moistened, a thick layer ...
Encyclopaedia; Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature; Constructed on a Plan, by which the Different Sciences and Arts are Digested Into the Form of Distinct Treatises of Systems ... [& Supplement] (1803)
Shagreen, stirred round. The skins intended to be dyed blue must for a red colour must not be immersed first in ley of Shallow, ST' be moistened only in the matrous ley schora, but not in bitter salt earth (schora), and then in pickle, but after .
In which the Words are Explained in the Order of Their Natural Affinity, Independent of Alphabetical Arrangement; and the Signification of Each is Traced from Its Etymology ... to which are Added, an Introduction, Containing a New Grammar of the Language, and an Alphabetical Index, for the Ease of Consultation by David Booth
SHAGREEN. CHAGRIN. BORAK. partially used as a cosmetic, either alone, or mixed up with other ingredients. Ass Es-ski Ns, when dry, being hard and elastic, are made into a strong parchment, for sieves, drums, or other purposes; and, ...
An Analytical Dictionary of the English Language in which the words are explained in the order of their natural affinity, independent of alphabetical arrangement, and the signification of each is traced from its etymology ... To which are added, an introduction, containing a new grammar of the language, and an alphabetical index, etc (1835)
by David BOOTH (Author of the Analytical Dictionary.)
SHAGREEN. CHAGRIN. BORAK. partially used as a cosmetic, either alone, or mixed up with other ingredients. ASSES-SKINS, when dry, being hard and elastic, are made into a strong parchment, for sieves, drums, or other purposes; and, ...
An analytical dictionary of the English language, in which the words are explained in the order of their natural affinity, independent of alphabetical arrangement ... (1836)
by David Booth
SHAGREEN. CHAGRIN. BORAK. partially used as a cosmetic, either alone, or mixed up with other ingredients. Asses-skins, when dry, being hard and elastic , are made into a strong parchment, for sieves, drums, or other purposes; and, ...
by OECD: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
SHAGREEN. PEAU. DE. CHAGRIN. DUT: Ruw haaienleer FIN: Hainnahkashagriini GER: Chagrin ICE: Skrápur ITA: Pelle di zigrino JPN: Same- yasuri, kawa-yasuri POL: Szagryn - Skóra rekina lub kolenia POR: Pele de tubarão RUS: Кожа ...
Comprehending a Plain and Practical View of Those Subjects Most Interesting to Persons, in the Ordinary Professions of Life ... by Charles Augustus Goodrich
SHAGREEN, a kind of very hard, grained leather, brought from Turkey, Poland, Algiers, &c. ; it is used as covers for cases, books, &c. It is made thus : — The skin , having undergone the necessary preparations, is covered, while wet, with a ...
With 213 Tables by Florian Lang
The CCDF landmark is characterized by central crocodile shagreen in pre- Descemet's location. The differential diagnosis includes the degenerative form of Vogt's posterior crocodile shagreen and the degenerative anterior forms of central and ...
Encyclopædia Britannica: or, A dictionary of arts and sciences, compiled by a society of gentlemen in Scotland [ed. by W. Smellie]. Suppl. to the 3rd. ed., by G. Gleig (1810)
by Encyclopaedia Britannica
As the iron, however, is pretty blunt, which occasions inequalities on the shagreen, this inconvenience must afterwards be remedied by means os a tharp scraping iron or urak, by which the surface acquires a perfect uniformity, and only faint ...
by Michel Millodot
shagreen, crocodile Polygonal greyish-white corneal opacities separated by relatively clear spaces and located in the stroma, either near Bowman's layer (anterior crocodile shagreen) or occasionally near ...
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1817)
Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature ...
Shagreen. This operation, on account of the corneous hardness of the dry skin, is attended with some difficulty; and at caution is at the same time required that too much of the impression of the asabuta seed be not destroyed, which might be ...
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Scrabble value of S1H4A1G2R1E1E1N1
The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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