• Definition for "coistril"
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coistril definition

  • noun:
    • An inferior groom or lad used by an esquire to transport the knight's hands also necessaries; a coistrel.
    • A mean, paltry fellow; a coward.
    • An inferior groom or chap used by an esquire to hold the knight's hands alongside necessaries.
    • A mean, paltry fellow; a coward.
    • a substandard groom; a lad utilized by the esquire to transport a knight's arms; therefore, a mean paltry fellow.
    • a substandard groom or chap utilized by an esquire to hold the knight's hands as well as other necessaries; a coistrel.
    • A mean, paltry fellow; a coward.
    • An inferior groom or chap utilized by an esquire to hold the knight's arms and other necessaries.
    • A mean, paltry fellow; a coward.
    • a substandard groom; a lad utilized by the esquire to transport a knight's hands; hence, a mean paltry other.
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