Definition of Meathes
1. meathe [n] - See also: meathe
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Literary usage of Meathes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by Oxford Historical Society (1899)
"Bernard meathes, a German, sojourner in the house of William Johnson, 18 July 1636. Henry Bagwell, MA of New Inn, 22 July 1636. ..."
2. The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart by John Milton, John Mitford, Walter Scott (1850)
"... tribute large, and on the board Heaps with unsparing hand: for drink the grape She crushes, inoffensive must, and meathes 345 From many a berry, ..."
3. Nugæ Antiquæ: Being a Miscellaneous Collection of Original Papers, in Prose by John Harington (1804)
"bracken; a howse of the Bishop of meathes be- '.twixt the 2 townes. And because the compag- •nies came not in till the 31st, his Lop' gave ren- ..."
4. Archaeologia Cambrensis by Cambrian Archaeological Association (1864)
"... from " James Usher, Bp. of meathes book, fol. 349." Now Usher was only Bishop of Meath for a few years, from 1624 to 1627, ..."
5. English Poetry and Poets by Sarah Warner Brooks (1890)
"She crushes, inoffensive must, and meathes From many a berry, and from sweet kernels pressed She tempera dulcet creams, nor these to hold Wants her fit ..."