1 Old term, still used in Scotland, for mixed crop of beans and oats used as cattle food.
2 In Yorkshire and the north of England, a mixed crop of 2–3 parts of wheat and 1 part of rye, used for bread making.
3 (mesclin, miscellin) Medieval English; bread made from mixed wheat and rye.
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