Definition of Praty

1. Noun. (dated Irish) potato ¹



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Definition of Praty

1. pratie [n PRATIES] - See also: pratie

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Praty

prats
pratt
pratted
prattery
pratting
prattle
prattled
prattlement
prattlements
prattler
prattlers
prattles
prattling
prattlingly
pratts
praty (current term)
prau
praught
praunce
praunced
praunces
prauncing
praus
pravastatin
pravities
pravity
prawle
prawles
prawlin
prawlins

Literary usage of Praty

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1. The Itinerary of John Leland in Or about the Years 1535-1543: Parts I to [XI] by John Leland (1907)
"... to Waltham ba praty town 3. miles by en- fo. ... aboute and a praty brooke renning hard by it. This maner place hath beene of many ..."

2. The Register. [1406-1535] by James Harvey Bloom (1907)
"Johane praty, mother of Master Richard praty, bishop of Chichester, made fine and it is respited until the coming of the Reverend Bishop. ..."

3. All Around the Wrekin by Walter White (1860)
"... Out" —Free-and-easy Orthography—" Ain't come to that yet"—Scraps of Talk—Recreations : Music and Parks—The " praty Street:" a Contrast—Battery Works—How ..."

4. Catholicon Anglicum: An English-Latin Wordbook, Dated 1483 by Sidney John Hervon Herrtage (1882)
"And he made her to under- stonde that she was fayr and praty.' Caxton, trans, of Geoffrey de la Toar ... 302, the hero is described as ' » praty yong ..."

5. The Itinerary of John Leland in Or about the Years 1535-1543: Parts I to [XI] by John Leland (1907)
"... to Waltham ba praty town 3. miles by en- fo. ... aboute and a praty brooke renning hard by it. This maner place hath beene of many ..."

6. The Register. [1406-1535] by James Harvey Bloom (1907)
"Johane praty, mother of Master Richard praty, bishop of Chichester, made fine and it is respited until the coming of the Reverend Bishop. ..."

7. All Around the Wrekin by Walter White (1860)
"... Out" —Free-and-easy Orthography—" Ain't come to that yet"—Scraps of Talk—Recreations : Music and Parks—The " praty Street:" a Contrast—Battery Works—How ..."

8. Catholicon Anglicum: An English-Latin Wordbook, Dated 1483 by Sidney John Hervon Herrtage (1882)
"And he made her to under- stonde that she was fayr and praty.' Caxton, trans, of Geoffrey de la Toar ... 302, the hero is described as ' » praty yong ..."

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