-A hardware store
From Old English “iren" - iron (the silvery-gray metal that rusts) + monger - from Old English “mangere” merchant, trader, broker - from “mangian" - to traffic, trade - from Proto-Germanic “mangojan” - from Latin “mango” - dealer, trader, slave-dealer.
Used in a sentence:
“Oh dear, the credenza appears to have broken; so I’m off to the ironmongery to acquire a new pintle.”
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