Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A foster-child.
  • n. An obsolete preterit of deal.

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Examples

  • Jamieson suggests, from the Gaelic _dalt_, signifying _a foster-child_.

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  • Celtic custom of fosterage the infant is intrusted to Sir Ector as his dalt, or foster-child, and Uther falls in battle.

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  • The Celtic custom of fosterage is overlooked, and Merlin gives the child to Anton, not as the customary dalt, but to preserve the babe from danger.

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  • Els tres Reis dalt dels camells duran plens els seus farcells.

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  • A Glasvegas, glasgowi skót bandának az azonos című, szeptemberben megjelent bemutatkozó albumáról mutatnánk be a "It's My Own Cheating Heart That Makes Me Cry" című dalt - egyszerűen fantasztikus.

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