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chalder definition

  • noun:
    • An old Scottish dried out measure, corresponding to 16 bolls.
    • A caldron. [North. Eng.]
    • The Scotch form of chaldron. The Scotch chalder had been nearly 12 quarters Winchester measure, or 16 bolls of corn.
    • Nautical, a rudder-band or gudgeon.
    • identical to chaldrick.
    • a classic Scottish dried out measure, equal to 16 bolls.
    • A caldron. [North. Eng.]
    • The Scotch kind of chaldron. The Scotch chalder ended up being nearly 12 quarters Winchester measure, or 16 bolls of corn.
    • Nautical, a rudder-band or gudgeon.
    • just like chaldrick.
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