Definition of Kittels
1. kittel [n] - See also: kittel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kittels
Literary usage of Kittels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Be a Good Boy: Good-bye, and Other Back Home Poems by John Lincoln Shroy (1906)
"... she always will, Wen cums to puttin up, Fur everything she wants to fil, Frum crock way down to cup. So she gits me to go across An borro kittels two, ..."
2. The Old Farmer and His Almanack: Being Some Observations on Life and Manners by George Lyman Kittredge (1920)
"... willing to giue for you she gaue an answer 20 pound in goodes but John kittels wife could not till. and the rest captives may be spoken of hereafter. ..."
3. History of the Jews in Russia and Poland, from the Earliest Times Until the by Simon Dubnow (1916)
"embroidered collars which well-to-do Jews attached to their " kittels " (shrouds worn beneath the prayer shawls on the Day of Atonement), ..."
4. Chambers's Biographical Dictionary: The Great of All Times and Nations by Francis Hindes Groome, David Patrick (1898)
"... Geschichte dt» Alten Testaments (2d ed. 1890); Italian's Histoire du Peuple d'Israël (Eng. trans. 1887); and kittels ..."