mold-warp

moldwarp

[mohld-wawrp]
noun
the common European mole, Talpa europaea.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English moldwerp literally, earth-thrower (see mold3, warp); cognate with Old Saxon moldwerp, Middle High German moltwerf

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moldwarp
early 14c., moldewarp, from P.Gmc. *moldo-worpo(n)-, lit. earth-thrower (see mole (2)).
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