Am"el (#), n. [OE. amell, OF. esmail, F. 'email, of German origin; cf. OHG. smelzi, G. schmelz. See Smelt, v. t.]

Enamel.

[Obs.]

Boyle.

 

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Am"el, v. t. [OE. amellen, OF. esmailler, F. 'emailler, OF. esmail, F. 'email.]

To enamel.

[Obs.]

Enlightened all with stars, And richly ameled. Chapman.

 

© Webster 1913.

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