A native of a country eastward of another; -- made use of, by the English, of dealers or other individuals from coasts of the Baltic.
A piece of cash coined in the eastern by Richard II. of The united kingdomt.
A native of some country lying eastward of some other; an Oriental: previously applied in England to your Hanse merchants also to traders generally from components of Germany and from shores of the Baltic.
The name fond of the English silver cents (also referred to as sterlings) of the twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth centuries; and also to European imitations of the identical. See sterling.
the normal widgeon, Mareca penelope. Latham.
The smew or white nun, Mergellus albellus. Montagu.