Definition of Teuchats

1. teuchat [n] - See also: teuchat



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teuchats

tetter
tettered
tettering
tetterous
tetters
tetterwort
tettigonian
tettigoniid
tettigoniids
tettish
tettix
tettixes
tetty
teuch
teuchat
teuchats (current term)
teucher
teuchest
teuchi-shiki
teuchter
teuchters
teucrin
teufit
teugh
teugher
teughest
teughly
teuks
teutlose

Literary usage of Teuchats

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1. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (1845)
"184 10 3 Dundas Blair, Esq. of teuchats, . . . 101116 David Millie, Esq, of Balhousie, . . . 160 2 0 Sum, I,. 7813 10 0 Real rent about L.8500 0 0 Of these, ..."

2. Magazine of Natural History edited by John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson (1829)
"teuchats (the proper name ?) appeared in marshy grounds by the 6th, the lilac was in flower on the 12th, and the oak in leaf on the 18th. ..."

3. History of the County of Fife: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time by John M. Leighton, Joseph Swan, James Stewart (1840)
"... is teuchats the property of Dundas Blair, Esq., east of which is West Gilston, the property of Alexander Youngson, Esq., further east is Gilston, ..."

4. The East Neuk of Fife: Its History and Antiquities by Walter Wood (1887)
"... with the mill, the lands of Over and Nether Pratis, the lands of teuchats, the lands of Kene, the lands of Gilston (the Gillies' town of Lundie), ..."

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