Definition of Chalders

1. chalder [n] - See also: chalder



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chalders

chalcone
chalcone isomerase
chalcone michael allen
chalcone reductase
chalcones
chalcophanite
chalcophile
chalcophiles
chalcophyllite
chalcopyrite
chalcopyrites
chalcosiderite
chalcosis
chalcothallite
chalder
chalders (current term)
chaldron
chaldrons
chaleh
chalehs
chalet
chalets
chalice
chalice cell
chalice sign
chalice vine
chaliced
chalicelike
chalices
chalicosis

Literary usage of Chalders

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

1. The Scots Revised Reports: Morison's Dictionary, 1 to 9424 (1908)
"1617, it is ordained, " That none thereafter shall have the privilege to build a dovecote, unless he has ten chalders of victual." But if one purchase lands ..."

2. Caledonia: Or, A Historical and Topographical Account of North Britain, from by George Chalmers (1890)
"The rental of the monastery of Paisley, which was given up at the Reformation, states that there was received from the church of Houston 2 chalders, ..."

3. Rotuli scaccarii regum scotorum: The Exchequer rolls of Scotland by Scotland Court of Exchequer, John Stuart, George Burnett, George Powell McNeill (1901)
"28 chalders 4 Mis oats, 2 boars, 68 geese, ... 49 chalders 9 bolls 2 pecks oats, 148 capons, 48 geese, 312 fowl, 8 barrels onions. £116 8s. ..."

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