Definition of Kidels
1. kidel [n] - See also: kidel
Lexicographical Neighbors of Kidels
kidels (current term)
Literary usage of Kidels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Liber Albus: The White Book of the City of London by John Carpenter, Henry Thomas Riley (1861)
"[The Great Charter of the Liberties of England. Of removing the kidels] . [The one-and-twentieth year of King Henry, son of King John. ..."
2. The Angler's Note-book and Naturalists Record: A Repertory of Fact, Inquiry by Thomas Satchell (1888)
"The verses have been first attacked because they present the greatest difficulties.] EXCERPTS FROM THE ARCHIVES OF THE CITY OF LONDON. II. kidels in the ..."
3. Munimenta Gildhallæ Londoniensis: Liber albus, Liber custumarum, et Liber Horn by Henry Thomas Riley, John Carpenter, London Guildhall, Great Britain Public Record Office, British Library (1862)
"... mills, stanks, stakes, and kidels, in ancient " times made and raised, before the said time of King " Edward, ..."
4. Minutes of Proceedings of the Royal Artillery Institution (1870)
"It was therefore adjudged by the said Mayor and Aldermen that the kidels should be burnt, and that the said fishmongers, on the peril which awaits them, ..."
5. Calendar of the patent rolls preserved in the Public record office by Great Britain Public Record Office (1891)
"... complaining that divers men of the counties of Middlesex, Surrey, Berks and Oxford have kidels along the banks of the river between London and Oxford, ..."
6. The Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, to the End of the Eleventh by Great Britain (1762)
"wears, kidels, &c. fry of ... TTEM porce qe par les gon flakes, and kidels, being in the A water of Thames, and of other great rivers through the realm, ..."
7. Calendar of Letter-books Preserved Among the Archives of the Corporation of by City of London (England), Reginald Robinson Sharpe (1903)
"The said kidels had been placed in the aforesaid water to the destruction ... The kidels ordered to be burnt, and the fishermen aforesaid not to commit the ..."