Definition of Carlins

1. Noun. (plural of carlin) ¹



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Definition of Carlins

1. carlin [n] - See also: carlin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carlins

carles
carless
carlessness
carletonite
carlfriesite
carlhintzeite
carlike
carlin
carline
carline thistle
carline thistles
carlines
carling
carlings
carlinite
carlins (current term)
carlish
carload
carloads
carlock
carlocks
carlosruizite
carlosturanite
carlot
carlots
carls
carlsbergite
carmagnole
carmagnoles
carmaker

Literary usage of Carlins

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1. The Works of Robert Burns by Robert Burns (1877)
"THEKE was 'j' five carlins a in the South, They fell upon a scheme, To send a lad J to London town, To bring them tidings hame. Nor only bring them tidings ..."

2. The Poetry of Robert Burns by Robert Burns (1896)
"THE FIVE carlins THE Five carlins were of course the Dumfries Parliamentary Burghs. On 29th October 1789, soon after the beginning of the contest, ..."

3. A View of the Coins at this Time Current Throughout Europe: Exhibiting the by Thomas Snelling (1766)
"5) current for ю Grains, worth 4f-d, a piece current for 6 carlins (No. 7) worth about 2S 3~d, and a piece of iz carlins (No. 8) worth about 4s -ja. Sterl. ..."

4. Lex Mercatoria: Or, A Complete Code of Commercial Law; Being a General Guide by Wyndham Beawes, Joseph Chitty (1813)
"... a tarin 2 carlins ; a carlin 10 grains ; a grain three ... and grains; and exchanges made with Spain, by giving a ducat of 10 carlins for an uncertain ..."

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