Definition of Fluyts
1. fluyt [n] - See also: fluyt
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fluyts
Literary usage of Fluyts
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1. Letters Received by the East India Company from Its Servants in the East by East India Company, Frederick Charles Danvers, William Foster (1896)
"... Lead in chests—52 chests—No. 18: 19: 20:25: 26:27: 36: 35: Tin—24 chests. Red Caps i Trunk No. B: Lead in pigs—1o3 pigs. Also out of the Darling i bale ..."
2. The World Economy: A Millennial Perspective by Angus Maddison (2001)
"There were also significant net additions to the British merchant fleet from capture of Dutch ships, particularly the Dutch “fluyts” which were designed for ..."
3. Abrégé chronologique de l'histoire de France by François Eudes de Mézeray (1712)
"... des fluyts lie même. Cette année le Chauve fit Comte de H 6 LLA N- DE un Seigneur nommé Thierry ..."