Definition of Ruttier

1. n. A chart of a course, esp. at sea.



Definition of Ruttier

1. Noun. (obsolete) A chart of a course, especially at sea. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ruttier

1. rutty [adj] - See also: rutty

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ruttier

rutiles
rutilian
rutin
rutinic acid
rutinose
rutinoside
rutinosides
rutins
rutoside
ruts
rutted
rutter
rutterkin
rutterkins
rutters
ruttier (current term)
ruttiers
ruttiest
ruttily
ruttiness
ruttinesses
rutting
ruttings
ruttishly
ruttishnesses
ruttle
ruttles

Literary usage of Ruttier

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1. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the by Richard Hakluyt (1905)
"... in Trinidad, Sir Walter Raleigh at (1595) x. 349; Ara- waks at, 350. Carneros, Monte de, a black hill, in the ruttier, x. 295. ..."

2. A Compendium of Molesworth's Marathi and English Dictionary by James Thomas Molesworth, Baba Padmanji (1863)
"(s) Hun. ger and Hungry. A long-established resident of a place. 2 fig. App. to one who is well acquainted with (a place, business, &c.), a ruttier. ..."

3. A Memoir of Sebastian Cabot: With a Review of the History of Maritime by Richard Biddle (1831)
"Now the St. Gabriel is a group of small islets, correctly stated in the "ruttier" to be five in number. But still more conclusively: Cabot's report, ..."

4. A Memoir of Sebastian Cabot: With a Review of the History of Maritime Discovery by Richard Biddle (1831)
"Now the St Gabriel is a group of small islets, correctly stated in the " ruttier" to be five in number. But still more conclusively: Cabot's report, ..."

5. The Travels of Pedro Teixeira: With His "Kings of Harmuz" and Extracts from by Pedro Teixeira, William Frederick Sinclair, Donald William Ferguson, John Stevens (1902)
"... and of this dispatch being sent to your Excellency ; and another copy like that which goes herewith, which was extracted from the said ruttier, ..."

6. A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in by John Pinkerton (1814)
"(Ibid.) William Parker's Voyage to Marguerite, Jamaica, Truxillo, Puerto de Cavallos, in 1597. (Ibid.) ruttier to the Weft-Indies, Terra-Ferma, ..."

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