Definition of Tappit

1. crested [adj]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Tappit

tappees
tappen
tapper
tappers
tappester
tappet
tappet wrench
tappets
tappice
tappiced
tappices
tappicing
tapping
tapping up
tappings
tappit (current term)
tappit hen
tappit hens
tappy
taproom
taprooms
taproot
taproots
taps
tapsman
tapsmen
tapster
tapsters
tapstry
tapt

Literary usage of Tappit

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

1. Noctes Ambrosianæ by John Wilson, Robert Shelton Mackenzie, James Hogg, William Maginn, John Gibson Lockhart (1866)
"tappit Acn,—in drinking, this usually means a tin pot, with a knob on the top, containing a quart of ale.—M. f Considering that Lord Eldon -was 77 years old ..."

2. Major Fraser's Manuscript: His Adventures in Scotland and England; His by James Fraser (1889)
"DUNCAN FORBES OF CULLODEN, AND " tappit HENS." THERE is reason to think that both Lovat and Duncan Forbes were somewhat of the "old school" in many ..."

3. English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are Incorporated "the (1878)
"This tappit bar was to be raised by a lever on the platform similar to a ... At that time I only thought of having a straight bar, to act as tappit bar, ..."

4. Collecting as a Pastime by Charles Rowed (1920)
"Having read so much about tappit Hens, I have known all about the history a long time ago, ... My photograph shows a pair of tappit Hens and a Chopin. ..."

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