What is the difference between milling and toddick?

milling | toddick |


As nouns the difference between milling and toddick

is that milling is the notches around the edge of a coin, placed there during minting so that it can be told if some of the metal from the edge is removed removing metal from a coin was common practice during earlier times when coins made of precious metals circulated while toddick is a dish upon which the miller's share was measured as compensation for milling the farmer's meal.

As a verb milling

is (mill).

milling

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • The series of notches around the edge of a coin, placed there during minting so that it can be told if some of the metal from the edge is removed. Removing metal from a coin was common practice during earlier times when coins made of precious metals circulated.
  • A grinding process using a mill
  • Verb

    (head)
  • toddick

    English

    Alternative forms

    * toll-dish, taddle

    Noun

    (toddicks)
  • A dish upon which the miller's share was measured as compensation for milling the farmer's meal.
  • A very small quantity of something.