Definition of Meaths
1. meath [n] - See also: meath
Lexicographical Neighbors of Meaths
Literary usage of Meaths
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Ireland, Ancient and Modern by [James] MacGeoghegan (1844)
"He died three years afterwards at York, as he was preparing for a second expedition against the meaths and Caledonians, who revolted. ..."
2. The Paradise Lost by John Milton (1851)
"For drink, the grape She crushes, inoffensive must, and meaths 345 From many a Berry, ... meaths: Sweet liquors. 348. Wants her: Are there wanting to her. ..."
3. The Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, to the End of the Eleventh by Great Britain (1763)
"vj.s. viij.d, Í ) black, with velvet meaths, the dozen - iij. 1. ^•i of bone for children the dozen < • - ])•_ ..."
4. Geographical Collections Relating to Scotland Made by Walter Macfarlane by Walter Macfarlane (1908)
"There are no 148. blind Rocks but one which at a Ncip-tide will have fourteen foot Water above it. The meaths of ..."