Definition of Merlins
1. merlin [n] - See also: merlin
Lexicographical Neighbors of Merlins
Literary usage of Merlins
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Falconry: Its Claims, History, and Practice by Gage Earle Freeman, Francis Henry Salvin (1859)
"merlins may be flown at almost any quarry which is not much larger than themselves; but, swift and courageous as they are, it must be an unusually bold and ..."
2. A New and Accurate History and Survey of London, Westminster, Southwark, and by John Entick (1766)
"11 Sir George merlins. .12 Sir Francis Forbes. 13 Sir John Eyles, Bart. CHAP. XVII. ... merlins ..."
3. Layamons Brut, or, Chronicle of Britain: A Poetical Semi-Saxon Paraphrase of by Layamon, Wace, Society of Antiquaries of London (1847)
"... and in this respect, approaches more closely to the Latin text of Geoffrey than the other copies. The passage of merlins prophecies alluded to by ..."
4. Reminiscences of a Falconer by Charles Hawkins Fisher (1901)
"WILD PIGEONS AND merlins ON THE DOWNS UNABLE, or unwilling, as my hawks were to do much with the peewit, they constantly surprised me with their speed and ..."