Definition of Rotchies
1. rotchie [n] - See also: rotchie
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rotchies
Literary usage of Rotchies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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. ..."