Definition of Pokals

1. pokal [n] - See also: pokal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pokals

poisure
poitevinite
poitrel
poitrels
poitrinaire
poitrinal
poitrinals
poitrine d'agneau
poivoit
poivoits
poize
poizes
poka-yoke
pokable
pokal
pokals (current term)
poke
poke along
poke at
poke bonnet
poke borack
poke borax
poke box
poke check
poke fun
poke into
poke milkweed
poke one's nose into
poke out
poke salad

Literary usage of Pokals

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

1. Ivory and the Elephant in Art, in Archaeology, and in Science by George Frederick Kunz (1916)
"Born in Nuremberg in 1594; died in 1666; son of Peter Lo- renz. Taught Emperor Ferdinand III in 1643 in Vienna. Made pokals: then, his special invention, ..."

2. Ivory and the Elephant in Art, in Archaeology, and in Science by George Frederick Kunz (1916)
"Made pokals; then, his special invention, the so- called counterfeit boxes (on principle of Chinese magic balls) one within the other, from a single piece ..."

3. An Art-student in Munich by Anna Mary Howitt (1854)
"... to peep into the shop-windows, which were all adorned with their most.tempting merchandise. Such gaudy vases, ewers, pokals (drinking-glasses) ..."

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