Definition of Kidel
1. kiddle [n -S] - See also: kiddle
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Literary usage of Kidel
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Her Majesty's Tower by William Hepworth Dixon (1869)
"]S"ow a kidel was a weir, filled up with nets, which caught all fish coming down with ... A kidel in front of the wharf was an outrage as well as an injury. ..."
2. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"kidel is a common word in old statutes respecting havens and rivers. The root is probably the v. To kit or cut. Kit, a vessel, may be from the same source. ..."
3. A History of the Weald of Kent: With an Outline of the Early History of the by Robert Furley (1874)
"The Warden claimed the right of catching fish in the Medway and elsewhere with a kidel fitted up with nets,f which caught * Unless specially required, ..."
4. Calendar of Letter-books Preserved Among the Archives of the Corporation of by City of London (England), Reginald Robinson Sharpe (1899)
"Burning of a False kidel * Be it remembered that a certain kidel of the Abbot of Lesnes,1 Fo. 91. found in the Thames opposite the Abbey of Lesnes, ..."