Definition of Dornock
1. dornick [n -S] - See also: dornick
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dornock
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Literary usage of Dornock
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland by Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (1875)
"The English, it is said, were defeated, and loth of their commanders (Sir Marmaduke Langdale and Lord Crosby) skin, and afterwards interred in dornock ..."
2. The New Statistical Account of Scotland by Society for the Benefit of the Sons and Daughters of the Clergy (1845)
"PARISH OF dornock. PRESBYTERY OF ANNAN, SYNOD OF DUMFRIES. THE REV. ... dornock is situated in a neighbourhood proverbially beautiful in its scenery, ..."
3. The Representative History of Great Britain and Ireland: Being a History of by Thomas Hinton Burley Oldfield (1816)
"DISTRICT I. Kirkwall, Wick, dornock, Tain, and Dingwall. KIRKWALL, a royal burgh and chief town of the Orkney Isles, in the parish of Kirkwall and St. Ola, ..."
4. Caledonia: Or, A Historical and Topographical Account of North Britain, from by George Chalmers (1890)
"The parish of dornock probably derived its Gaelic name from ... The church of dornock was dedicated to St. Marjory, who is not, however, mentioned by the ..."