Ingoted

ingot

[ing-guht]
noun
1.
a mass of metal cast in a convenient form for shaping, remelting, or refining.
verb (used with object)
2.
to make ingots of; shape into ingots.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English: literally, (something) poured in, equivalent to in- in-1 + got(e) a stream, Old English *gota, akin to gēotan to flow; cognate with German giessen, Gothic giutan, Old Norse gjōta to pour

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ingot (ˈɪŋɡət)
 
n
1.  a piece of cast metal obtained from a mould in a form suitable for storage, transporting, and further use
 
vb
2.  (tr) to shape (metal) into ingots
 
[C14: perhaps from in-² + Old English goten, past participle of geotan to pour]

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ingot
late 14c., "mold in which metal is cast," probably from in- "in" + O.E. goten, pp. of geotan "to pour." Sense of "mass of cast metal" first attested 1423.
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