Definition of Culter

1. n. A colter. See Colter.



Definition of Culter

1. a sovereign [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Culter

culpae
culpatory
culprit
culprits
culrage
culs-de-sac
cult
cult hit
cult of personality
cultbuster
cultbusters
cultch
cultches
culter (current term)
culters
culti
cultic
cultically
cultigen
cultigens
cultirostral
cultish
cultishly
cultishness
cultishnesses
cultism
cultisms
cultist

Literary usage of Culter

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1. Catalogue of the Fishes in the British Museum by Albert Carl Ludwig Gotthilf Günther (1868)
"Intestinal tract short. Air-bladder tripartite. China. 1. culter ... As Basilewsky distinguishes the first three species of his genus culter (C. ..."

2. Illustrations of the Topography and Antiquities of the Shires of Aberdeen by Joseph Robertson (1857)
"Service on culter. ' —(AD 1676.) July 6, 1676 . Special service of Alexander Gumming as nearest heir of his father Alexander Cumming junior of culter in ..."

3. The Upper Ward of Lanarkshire Described and Delineated by George Vere Irving (1864)
"I. of this Work—AM) THE parish of culter, as far as the titles in the culter-Allers charter chest show, was at one time possessed partly by Menzies of ..."

4. Caledonia: Or, A Historical and Topographical Account of North Britain, from by George Chalmers (1890)
"At the Reformation this benefice was held by Mr. Archibald Livingston, who reported in 1562 that the revenues of the parsonage and vicarage of culter were ..."

5. The New Statistical Account of Scotland by Society for the Benefit of the Sons and Daughters of the Clergy (1845)
"THE name of this parish is a Gaelic compound, consisting of Cul, the back part or recess, and Tir, the land or country. The village of culter accordingly, ..."

6. Epitaphs & Inscriptions from Burial Grounds & Old Buildings in the North by Andrew Jervise, James Anderson, William Alexander, John Grant Michie (1875)
"Part of the property belonged in early times to Alan the Durward ; and subsequently, in 1247, King Alexander bestowed culter and adjoining lands upon Robert ..."

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