Definition of Bothans
1. bothan [n] - See also: bothan
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bothans
bothans (current term)
Literary usage of Bothans
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Caledonia: Or, A Historical and Topographical Account of North Britain, from ...by George Chalmers by George Chalmers (1902)
"St. bothans, See Abbey St. bothans. St. Bride's chapel, vi. 689. St. Catherine's well iv. 564. St. Clair, Alan de, s. of Henry de, ii. ..."
2. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (1845)
"It has been doubted whether the collegiate church of bothans and Yester be the same; but their identity appears certain.f At ..."
3. An Historical Catalogue of the Scottish Bishops: Down to the Year 1688 by Robert Keith, John Spotiswood (1824)
"La- suden, or Alasu- S. St Andrews St Andrews St Andrews Moray Orkney Elgin Moray Kirkwall Orkney Selkirk den St bothans (in Merse,) an ..."
4. Descriptive Catalogue of Impressions from Ancient Scotish Seals, Royal by Henry Laing (1850)
"bothans, PRIORY OF. This appears to have been a pretty little seal ... Appended to a Charter by " Elizabeth Lamb, prioress of St. bothans, to John Rentan, ..."
5. Influence of the Pre-reformation Church on Scottish Place-names by James Murray Mackinlay (1904)
"l The last word, however, has probably not yet been said on the subject. The parish of Yester in East Lothian was anciently called St Bathans or St bothans, ..."