Definition of Orchat

1. orchard [n -S] - See also: orchard



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Orchat

orchard
orchard apple tree
orchard grass
orchard heater
orchard heaters
orchard oriole
orcharder
orchardful
orcharding
orchardist
orchardists
orchardlike
orchardman
orchardmen
orchards
orchat (current term)
orchats
orchectomy
orchel
orchella
orchellas
orchels
orcheo-
orcheses
orchesis
orchesography
orchestian
orchestra
orchestra hit
orchestra pit

Literary usage of Orchat

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1. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Samuel Johnson (1810)
"Sometimes thou shall with fervent vow» implore A moderate wind ; the orchat loves to wave With winter winds, before the gems exert Their feeble heads ..."

2. The Classical Journal (1825)
"writes orchat, instead of the common, but I think erroneous, orchard. Homer, in his description of the gardens of Alcinous (Od. //'. 1 12. sqq. ..."

3. Anonymiana: Or, Ten Centuries of Observations on Various Authors and Subjects by Samuel Pegge, John Nichols (1809)
"... is "a corruption, and so is Orchard; but orchat may be the Greek %£«/£;, Cyril, contra Julian, IV. p. 19. Tatius, p. 275, 319. Hortus, in later times, ..."

4. Select Works of the British Poets: With Biographical and Critical Prefaces by John Aikin (1826)
"... and pays Largest revenues to the orchat-lord. Some think the Quince and Apple would combine In happy union ; others fitter deem The Sloe-stem bearing ..."

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