The Collaborative International Dictionary
Edder \Ed"der\, n. [See Adder.] (Zo["o]l.)
An adder or serpent. [Prov. Eng.]
Edder \Ed"der\, n. [AS. edor hedge, fence; akin to etar.]
Flexible wood worked into the top of hedge stakes, to bind
them together. [Obs.]
Edder \Ed"der\, v. t. To bind the top interweaving edder; as, to edder a hedge.
Etymology 1 n. Flexible wood worked into the top of hedge stakes, to bind them together. vb. (context obsolete English) To bind the top interweaving edder. Etymology 2
n. An adder or snake.
Usage examples of "edder".
We found Edder s narrow bed and moved it, and felt around until we located a loose floorboard.
Bard Edder would have taken the trouble to dye the strings black, but I had to admit the final effect was stunning.
To the east, the Edder Forest, almost as vast as the Blackwood or the Green Heart.
When Turanalor vanished in the Edder Forest, during the Nineteenth Year, his brother, Ulmslascor, became chieftain of Clan Badger.
I doubt even Murmandamus will be sending large numbers of soldiers into the Edder Forest.
He would be included, as a gesture to his people and also because he is among the oldest of the elves living in the Edder Forest.
Dimwood was a series of interconnecting woodlands rather than a single forest such as the Edder or the Green Heart.
They lived by their wits and held strong in the Edder Woods in the Northlands until they were hunted down and destroyed.
As the sixth day since their leaving the Edder Forests was drawing to a close, the valley began to narrow and they entered the gap.
The King spoke of their having lived for a long time in Neldarlod, which means Place of the Beech Trees, so they are but recently come to Edder Forest.
He had led his army to the edge of the great Edder, and had fought the mad ones, Old King Redtrees barbarians, and had held the flank while Murmandamus assaulted the human city of Sar-Isbandia, what the humans called Armengar.
On the other side would be the great Edder Forest, home to the barbaric glamedhel.
Back to the bridge, and along the Broad River, around the Edder Forest, and seek a pass in the mountains through the winter snow.
In his excitement, Edder had forgotten that critical bit of common sense.
Broad River, around the Edder Forest, and seek a pass in the mountains through the winter snow.