Definition of Rotchies

1. rotchie [n] - See also: rotchie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rotchies

rotavator
rotavators
rotaviral
rotavirus
rotavirus antigen test
rotavirus infections
rotavirus stool test
rotaviruses
rotaxane
rotaxanes
rotche
rotches
rotchet
rotchets
rotchie
rotchies (current term)
rote
rote learning
roted
rotelike
rotella
rotelle
roteln
rotely
rotenoid
rotenoids
rotenone
rotenones
rotes
rotework

Literary usage of Rotchies

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1. The Voyage of the 'Fox' in the Arctic Seas: A Narrative of the Discovery of by Francis Leopold M'Clintock (1860)
"Nearly one thousand rotchies were shot; they are excellent eating; their average weight is four ounces and a half, but when prepared for the table they ..."

2. "Forest and Stream" Bird Notes: An Index and Summary of All the by Harry B. Bailey (1881)
"... vi., 1, 4—A great flight over Great Brillan has been chronicled, where they are called "rotchies;" also noting the capture of two in Nov. ..."

3. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge by Smithsonian Institution (1863)
"A few rotchies seen. 6th. Off Upernavik ; took on board six dogs at Proven, and fourteen at ... Several rotchies seen. 8th. Sailing amongst loose ice. 10th. ..."

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