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Date: 1200-1300
Language: Old North French
Origin: cauderon, from caudiere 'cauldron', from Latin caldaria 'warm % (h', from calidus 'warm'

cauldron

noun
     
cauldron
Related topics: Utensils
caul‧dron , caldron [countable]
DFU a large round metal pot for boiling liquids over a fire:
a witch's cauldron

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