Definition of Caillachs

1. caillach [n] - See also: caillach



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caillachs

cahincic acid
cahnite
cahoot
cahootchie
cahooted
cahooting
cahoots
cahow
cahows
cahs
caicco
caiccos
caid
caids
caillach
caillachs (current term)
caille
cailles
caimac
caimacam
caimacams
caimacs
caiman
caiman lizard
caimans
caimitillo
caimito
caimitos
cain't
cainogeneses

Literary usage of Caillachs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Friendship's Offering, and Winter's Wreath.: And Winter's Wreath: a by Thomas Kibble Hervey, Leitch Ritchie (1852)
"... old Allister from this weary world, there'll no he wanting something to hury him decently, and to gie a dram to the caillachs that cry his coronach. ..."

2. In the Hebrides by Constance Frederica Gordon Cumming (1883)
"some cat with her kittens playing near two nice old wives— " caillachs," the Gaelic folk would say—who sit spinning in the corner. ..."

3. In the Hebrides by Constance Frederica Gordon Cumming (1883)
"some cat with her kittens playing near two nice old wives— " caillachs," the Gaelic folk would say—who sit spinning in the corner. They are very deaf, ..."

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