Definition of Christies
1. christie [n] - See also: christie
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Literary usage of Christies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Stirling Antiquary: Reprinted from "The Stirling Sentinel," 1888-. edited by W. B. Cook (1904)
"THE christies AND THEIR DOINGS. The name Christie, as family names go in ... Tradition in the case of the christies is supported by the family arms and ..."
2. Selected Essays and Papers of Richard Copley Christie by Richard Copley Christie (1902)
"But the importance of this branch is rivalled by that of the Forfar christies, who have similarly adorned the annals of the royal burgh of Montrose. ..."
3. Scottish Notes and Queries edited by John Bulloch, John Alexander Henderson (1899)
"The former mode of spelling the name is now unknown in this country, although it may be noted that Christin is the proper surname of the christies of ..."