Definition of Daikers
1. daiker [v] - See also: daiker
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Literary usage of Daikers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Decisions of the Court of Session: From Its First Institution to the by Scotland Court of Session, William Maxwell Morison (1811)
"INCORPORATION of TAYLORS in the Canongate against ELIZABETH daikers. THE deacon, box-master, and Incorporation of the Taylors of the Canongate being debtors ..."
2. The Bibliographer (1883)
"James daikers, stationer, d. 1869. 1865.—Thomas Jones, papermaker, d. 1876. i860, 1867.—Edmund Hodgson, book- auctioneer, d. 1875. 1868. ..."
3. Report of the commissioners by Great Britain Schools Inquiry Commission, Schools inquiry commission (1868)
"Richard Bentley, Esq., FRGS, 8, New Burlington Street. John Simpson, Esq., 266, Regent Street. James Smith, Esq., Hamper Mills, Watford. James daikers, Esq. ..."
4. Records of the Convention of the Royal Burghs of Scotland: With Extracts by Convention of the royal burghs of Scotland (1878)
"... 400 weight ; goat and buk skinns, 300 skinna; heart hyds, 20 daikers ; salmond, 6 barrell ; butter and tallow, 2000 weight; ..."