Definition of Rullions

1. rullion [n] - See also: rullion



Lexicographical Neighbors of Rullions

ruleset
rulesets
rulesse
rulest
ruleth
rulier
ruliest
ruling
ruling on
ruling pen
rulingly
rulings
rullichies
rullion
rullions (current term)
rullock
rullocks
ruly
rum
rum-blossom
rum-tum
rum-tums
rum baba
rum ball
rum cake
rum cherry
rum cocktail
rum go

Literary usage of Rullions

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Royal Burgh of Forfar: A Local History by Alan Reid (1902)
"Broy is the equivalent in Gaelic for shoe, and brogues, rullions, and clogs were ... The trade in these rough, hairy rullions, brogues, of dressed leather, ..."

2. Poems: Written Anno-MCCCLII. by Laurence Minot (1825)
"Our author probably alludes to a sort of shoes, called rullions, made by the Scots from the raw hide with the hair on. They are mentioned by Bishop Douglas, ..."

3. Poems: Written Anno-MCCCLII. by Laurence Minot (1825)
"Our author probably alludes to a sort of shoes, called rullions, made by the Scots from the raw hide with the hair on. They are mentioned by Bishop Douglas, ..."

4. Magnae Britanniae Notitia, Or, The Present State of Great-Britain: Or, The by Edward Chamberlayne, John Chamberlayne (1718)
"... with'Six rullions: Ano here again with an Ovil Globe topped wirh an Oriental Pearl, half an Inch Diameter, ..."

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