Definition of Saligot

1. n. The water chestnut (Trapa natans).



Definition of Saligot

1. the water chestnut [n -S]

Medical Definition of Saligot

1. The water chestnut (Trapa natans). Origin: F. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

Saligot Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saligot

salient
salient(ip)
salient angle
salientian
salientians
saliently
salients
saliferous
salifiable
salification
salified
salifies
salify
salifying
saligenin
saligot (current term)
saligots
salimeter
salimeters
salimetries
salimetry
salina period
salinas
salinate
salinated
salinates
salinating
salination
salinations
saline

Literary usage of Saligot

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1. How to Catalogue a Library: roman inédit by Henry Benjamin Wheatley, Stendhal, Casimir Stryienski (1889)
"Quelle figure vais-je faire devant ces belles dames qui nem'ont jamais vu! se dit-il, j'aurai l'air d'un ouvrier saligot. Cette idée le rendit furieux, ..."

2. Manipulus vocabulorum: a rhyming dictionary of the English language by Peter Levens (1867)
"... or sharp points, whereof one, howsoever it is cast, ever stands upward; also the star- thistle (called also the water cal- throp, water-nut, saligot). ..."

3. Manipulus vocabulorum: a rhyming dictionary of the English languageby Peter Levens by Peter Levens (1867)
"... or sharp points, whereof one, howsoever it is cast, ever stands upward; also the star- thistle (called also the water cal- throp, water-nut, saligot). ..."

4. How to Catalogue a Library: roman inédit by Henry Benjamin Wheatley, Stendhal, Casimir Stryienski (1889)
"Quelle figure vais-je faire devant ces belles dames qui nem'ont jamais vu! se dit-il, j'aurai l'air d'un ouvrier saligot. Cette idée le rendit furieux, ..."

5. Manipulus vocabulorum: a rhyming dictionary of the English language by Peter Levens (1867)
"... or sharp points, whereof one, howsoever it is cast, ever stands upward; also the star- thistle (called also the water cal- throp, water-nut, saligot). ..."

6. Manipulus vocabulorum: a rhyming dictionary of the English languageby Peter Levens by Peter Levens (1867)
"... or sharp points, whereof one, howsoever it is cast, ever stands upward; also the star- thistle (called also the water cal- throp, water-nut, saligot). ..."

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