Definition of Kidel

1. kiddle [n -S] - See also: kiddle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kidel

kiddos
kiddow
kiddows
kiddush
kiddushes
kiddy
kiddy fiddlers
kiddy widdies
kiddy widdy
kiddying
kiddyish
kiddywink
kiddywinks
kidel (current term)
kidels
kidfluence
kidfox
kidge
kidgie
kidgier
kidgiest
kidhood
kidhoods
kidless
kidlet
kidlets
kidlike
kidling

Literary usage of Kidel

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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, ..."

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