Definition of Cullay

1. quillai [n -LAYS] - See also: quillai



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cullay

culiciform
culicifuge
culicine
culicines
culicosis
culinarian
culinarians
culinarily
culinarily challenged
culinary
culinary art
cull
cull out
cull section
cull tree
cullay (current term)
cullays
culled
cullender
cullenders
culler
cullers
cullets
cullibility
cullible
cullied
cullies
cullin
culling

Literary usage of Cullay

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. American Druggist (1888)
"The true Quillay prefers the coast-region along the Andes; the cullay the more ... The infusion of the bark of the cullay renders linen fabrics somewhat ..."

2. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1869)
"... Toledo Railroad Companii-8 <lu'ing any previous vc»r; anil the expense of 1-68 embrace a large cullay upon (he We.-tern (Toledo) Divi?ii>n, ..."

3. Journal (1882)
"iv. 77,80 [Clark L.] iv. 78 Condensers in connection with. [cullay, RB] iii. 93 On the Marseilles-A'giers Cable, ..."

4. A Manual of materia medica and pharmacology: Comprising All Organic and by David Marvel Reynolds Culbreth (1906)
"Quillaia, Soap Bark,,Panama, China or Murillo Bark, cullay; Br. Quillaia; Cortei, Quillaia Bark; Fr. Ecorce de ..."

5. Neues Handwörterbuch der Chemie by Karl Hell, Carl Haussermann (1890)
"... (Bois de Panama) ist die in Chile unter dem Namen cullay bekannte Rinde Quercus: >) Ackere bezügliche Arbeiten in Gmelin's Organ. Chem. 5 (1858) S. 77. ..."

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