Etymology
Advertisement
bordering (n.)

"material for a border of any kind," 1872, verbal noun from border (v.).

Related entries & more 
Advertisement
horsetail (n.)
c. 1400, from horse (n.) + tail (n.). As a kind of plant, from 1530s.
Related entries & more 
equanimous (adj.)
"of a steady temper," 1650s, from Latin aequanimis "mild, kind" (see equanimity) + -ous.
Related entries & more 
-eyed 
in compounds, "having eyes" (of a specified kind), by c. 1300, from eye (n.).
Related entries & more 
burdock (n.)
common name of a kind of coarse, weedy plant, 1590s, from bur + dock (n.3).
Related entries & more 
Advertisement
parfait (n.)

kind of rich frozen dessert, 1894, French, literally "perfect" (see perfect (adj.)).

Related entries & more 
puncture (v.)

"to pierce with a sharp point of any kind," 1690s, from puncture (n.). Related: Punctured; puncturing.

Related entries & more 
travertine (n.)
1797, from Italian travertino "a kind of building stone," from Latin tiburtinus, from Tiburs, adjective from Tibur (modern Tivoli), in Latium.
Related entries & more 
shagreen (n.)

"rough skin or hide, kind of leather with a granular surface," 1670s, a word of uncertain origin. 

Related entries & more 
appraiser (n.)
"one who estimates worth" of any kind, early 15c., agent noun from appraise (v.).
Related entries & more 

Page 6