Definition of Murrions

1. murrion [n] - See also: murrion



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Murrions

murrelets
murren
murrens
murres
murrey
murreys
murrha
murrhas
murrhine
murries
murrin
murrina
murrine
murrins
murrion
murrions (current term)
murrs
murry
murse
murses
murth
murther
murthered
murtherer
murtherers
murthering
murtherous
murthers
murti
murumuru

Literary usage of Murrions

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

1. The Manuscripts of the Right Honourable F. J. Savile Foljambe, of Osberton by Francis John Savile Foljambe, James, Great Britain Privy Council (1897)
"There was missing in furniture under him: coats 6, murrions 6, swords and daggers 6, ... In the Hundred of Wallington : coats 2, murrions 1, flasks 1, ..."

2. Certificate of Musters in the County of Somerset: Temp. Eliz. A. D. 1569 by Somerset (England) (1904)
"Geldings for light horsemen ... ... j. Almain rivets ... ... . ... xxj. murrions... ... ... ... ... ij. Richd. Were Thos. ..."

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