Cinctured to Circle
(Cinc"tured) n. Having or wearing a cincture or girdle.
(Cin"der) n. [AS. sinder slag, dross; akin to Icel. sindr dross, Sw. sinder, G. sinter, D. sintel; perh.
influenced by F. cendre ashes, fr. L. cinis. Cf. Sinter.]
1. Partly burned or vitrified coal, or other combustible, in which fire is extinct.
2. A hot coal without flame; an ember. Swift.
3. A scale thrown off in forging metal.
4. The slag of a furnace, or scoriaceous lava from a volcano.
Cinder frame, a framework of wire in front of the tubes of a locomotive, to arrest the escape of cinders.
Cinder notch (Metal.), the opening in a blast furnace, through which melted cinder flows out.
(Cin"der*y) a. Resembling, or composed of, cinders; full of cinders.
(Cin`e*fac"tion) n. [LL. cinefactio: L. cinis ashes + facere to make: cf. F. cinéfaction.] Cineration; reduction
to ashes. [Obs.]
(Cin`e*mat"ic Cin`e*mat"ic*al) , a. See Kinematic.
(Cin`e*mat"ics) n. sing. See Kinematics.
(Cin`er*a"ceous) a. [L. cineraceus, fr. cinis ashes.] Like ashes; ash- colored; cinereous.
(||Cin`e*ra"ri*a) n. [NL., fr. LL. cinerarius pert. to ashes, fr. cinis ashes. So called from the
ash-colored down on the leaves.] (Bot.) A Linnæan genus of free-flowering composite plants, mostly
from South Africa. Several species are cultivated for ornament.
Cinerary urns, vessels used by the ancients to preserve the ashes of the dead when burned.
(Cin"er*a*ry) a. [L. cinerarius, fr. cinis ashes.] Pertaining to ashes; containing ashes.
(Cin`er*a"tion) n. [L. cinis ashes: cf. F. cinération.] The reducing of anything to ashes by
(Ci*ne"re*ous) a. [L. cinereus, fr. cinis ashes.] Like ashes; ash- colored; grayish.
(Cin`er*es"cent) a. Somewhat cinereous; of a color somewhat resembling that of wood
(Cin`er*i"tious) a. [L. cineritius, cinericius, fr. cinis ashes.] Like ashes; having the color of
ashes, as the cortical substance of the brain.
(Ci*ner"u*lent) a. Full of ashes. [Obs.]
(Cin`ga*lese") n. sing. & pl. [Cf. F. Cingalais.] A native or natives of Ceylon descended
from its primitive inhabitants; also the language of the Cingalese. a. Of or pertaining to the Cingalese.
[Written also Singhalese.]
Ceylonese is applied to the inhabitants of the island in general.
(Cin"gle) n. [L. cingula, cingulum, fr. cingere to gird.] A girth. [R.] See Surcingle.