Definition of Gollers
1. goller [v] - See also: goller
Lexicographical Neighbors of Gollers
gollers (current term)
Literary usage of Gollers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gold Chain: A California Family Sagaby Regina V. Phelan by Regina V. Phelan (1987)
"The gollers drove up in their wagon, some arrived in carretas, and all the others walked. ... "You go ahead, I have to take this wagon back to gollers. ..."
2. They Came by Way of Panama by Regina V. Phelan (1995)
"Don Abel Stearns and his wife, Arcadia, rode up in their stylish carriage. The gollers drove up in one of their wagons. All the others arrived in ..."
3. Gazetteer by Bombay (Presidency (1884)
"Gols, Gollas, or gollers, meaning Cowherds, are returned Population as numbering 1376. They are divided into Advi Gols, ..."
4. The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous by James Cook (1842)
"Tron- gollers squadron, consisting of six ships, had sailed from the Cape, and was gone to cruise off St. Helena, for our East India fleet. ..."
5. Memories of Life at Oxford, and Experiences in Italy, Greece, Turkey by Frederick Meyrick (1905)
"... of merry youngsters, and from that time 'cribs' went among us under the name of' gollers.' At one moment Guillemard came quite to the front in ..."
6. Britain's Most Distinctive Bed and Breakfast by Paul Wade (1999)
"V Children yes Pets no Closed Christmas, New Year Languages English only Banchory The Old West Manse Popular with fly.fishers and gollers. the Taylors' home ..."
7. Hazell's Annual edited by Watson and Viney (1907)
"The Lamb Memorial Medal: CK Hutchin- son beat AH Read. Hon. Company of Edinburgh gollers Gold Medal, North Berwick : JE ..."