Definition of Coirs

1. coir [n] - See also: coir



Lexicographical Neighbors of Coirs

coinventions
coinventor
coinventors
coinventorship
coinvents
coinverse
coinverses
coinversion
coinversions
coinvestigator
coinvestigators
coinvestor
coinvestors
coir
coire licet
coirs (current term)
coisogenic
coistrel
coistrels
coistril
coistrils
coit
coitional
coitions

Literary usage of Coirs

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

1. The Philosophical Transactions and Collections to the End of the Year MDCC by Royal Society (Great Britain)., John Lowthorp (1749)
"... and 3 Polonia┬╗ Ells long, and one Ell thick, which coirs, from 50 to 70 Polonia┬╗ Florins. ... coirs ..."

2. Book Auction Records by Frank Karslake (1905)
"7 Jones (Owen) Grammar of Ornament, 100 pits., in gold and coirs., imp. fo., front, and pits-, 2 v. in 1, cf., atlas fo., ..."

3. The Annals of Albany by Joel Munsell (1854)
"... Esqrs Justices It is therefore Resolved & Concluded since ye sd coirs have ... Case hath made and Provided Whereas diverse coirs of ye Citty & County ..."

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