Definition of Kelping

1. kelp [v] - See also: kelp



Lexicographical Neighbors of Kelping

keloidosis
keloids
keloplasty
kelotomies
kelotomy
kelp
kelp greenling
kelped
kelper
kelpers
kelpfish
kelpfishes
kelpie
kelpies
kelping (current term)
kelps
kelpware
kelpwort
kelpy
kelson
kelsons
kelt
kelter
kelters
keltie
kelties
kelts
kelty
kelvin

Literary usage of Kelping

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

1. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (1845)
"Many of the herd boys that should attend the cattle during the summer heats, are kelping; many beasts are lost in mossy veins, and fall from rocks, ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1822)
"Auld Reekie 'rss'ning in his rear. lie »kelping frae the College, To spend the Daft-days wi' his ..."

3. Reflections of a Russian Statesman by Konstantin Petrovich Pobedonost︠s︡ev (1898)
"Hast thou ever seen Saint Nicholas kelping those who pray to him ? " Or to seek some pung girl of humble family, and say: " Who has •oven to thee that it is ..."

4. Illustrations of Political Economy.: By Harriet Martineau by Harriet Martineau (1834)
"... be started the next summer, as soon as Angus should have concluded his engagement with the farmer, and before the fishing and kelping seasons began. ..."

5. A Legacy of Historical Gleanings by Catharina Van Rensselaer Bonney (1875)
"A lady passenger — Mrs. Dunn — behaved most courageously, kelping the captain to load the muskets and passing the loaded oues through a window, ..."

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