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winter hedge язык английский, существительное 1812 - вертикальная рама для белья, развешиваемого при сушке на воздухе; лошадиная попона; позднее стойка для белья, подвешенная к потолку winter hedge language English, noun 1812 - An upright frame on which laundry is hung to dry or air; a clothes horse. Also (in later use): a laundry rack suspended from the ceiling.

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winter hedge, n.   http://www.oed.com/view/Entry/60933301?
Pronunciation:  Brit. /ˌwɪntə ˈhɛdʒ/  U.S. /ˌwɪn(t)ər ˈhɛdʒ/
Forms:  18– winter edge, 18– winter hedge.
Origin: Apparently formed within English, by compounding. Etymons: winter n.1hedge n. Eng. regional (chiefly north.).
Etymology: Apparently < winter n.1 + hedge n., with reference to the practice of hanging out laundry on hedges to dry, air, and bleach in the summer months. Compare earlier winter dyke n. 
An upright frame on which laundry is hung to dry or air; a clothes horse. Also (in later use): a laundry rack suspended from the ceiling. Cf. 
winter dyke n. 1.
1812   J. Rogerson Diary 22 May in W. B. Crump Leeds Woollen Industry 1780–1820 (1931) ii. 137   A Sale of Furniture at Calverley Hall... Bot a winter hedge for 5/6.
1851   Lit. World 8 Mar. 199/1   A winter-edge stuck befoar t'fire on a rainy day.
1902   Manch. Q. 21 37   A chest of drawers.., a corner cupboard, a bread-creel, a pot-rack and a ‘winter-hedge’ formed the furniture of the chamber.
1906   Pall Mall Mag. May 568/2   You've left them towels on th' winter 'edge, too near th' fire.
1992   Times 31 Oct. (Weekend section) 12/9 (advt.)    Spacious Edwardian 4 bed semi... Kitchen with AGA and winter hedge.
winter hedge, n.   http://www.oed.com/view/Entry/60933301?
Pronunciation:  Brit. /ˌwɪntə ˈhɛdʒ/  U.S. /ˌwɪn(t)ər ˈhɛdʒ/
Forms:  18– winter edge, 18– winter hedge.
Origin: Apparently formed within English, by compounding. Etymons: winter n.1hedge n. Eng. regional (chiefly north.).
Etymology: Apparently < winter n.1 + hedge n., with reference to the practice of hanging out laundry on hedges to dry, air, and bleach in the summer months. Compare earlier winter dyke n. 
An upright frame on which laundry is hung to dry or air; a clothes horse. Also (in later use): a laundry rack suspended from the ceiling. Cf. 
winter dyke n. 1.
1812   J. Rogerson Diary 22 May in W. B. Crump Leeds Woollen Industry 1780–1820 (1931) ii. 137   A Sale of Furniture at Calverley Hall... Bot a winter hedge for 5/6.
1851   Lit. World 8 Mar. 199/1   A winter-edge stuck befoar t'fire on a rainy day.
1902   Manch. Q. 21 37   A chest of drawers.., a corner cupboard, a bread-creel, a pot-rack and a ‘winter-hedge’ formed the furniture of the chamber.
1906   Pall Mall Mag. May 568/2   You've left them towels on th' winter 'edge, too near th' fire.
1992   Times 31 Oct. (Weekend section) 12/9 (advt.)    Spacious Edwardian 4 bed semi... Kitchen with AGA and winter hedge.
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