Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A bundle; a knapsack.
  • n. A portmanteau.
  • n. A quiver.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I think we put together a cautious little fire and cooked some oats from my _dorlach_, though the ecstasy of the meeting with the girl left me no great recollection of all that happened.

    John Splendid The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn

  • But we maun a 'live the day, and have our dinner; and there's Vich Ian Vohr has packed his dorlach, and Mr. Waverley's wearied wi' majoring yonder afore the muckle pier-glass; and that grey auld stoor carle, the Baron o 'Bradwardine, that shot young Ronald of

    The Waverley

  • Callum told him also, ` ` tat his leather dorlach wi 'the lock on her was come frae Doune, and she was awa again in the wain wi' Vich

    The Waverley

  • Callum told him also, 'tat his leather dorlach wi' the lock on her was come frae Doune, and she was awa again in the wain wi 'Vich Ian Vohr's walise.'

    Waverley — Volume 2

  • But we maun a 'live the day, and have our dinner; and there's Vich lan Vohr has packed his dorlach, and Mr. Waverley's wearied wi' majoring yonder afore the muckle pier-glass; and that grey auld stoor carle, the Baron o '

    Waverley — Volume 2

  • But we maun a 'live the day, and have our dinner; and there's Vich lan Vohr has packed his dorlach, and Mr. Waverley's wearied wi' majoring yonder afore the muckle pier-glass; and that grey auld stoor carle, the Baron o 'Bradwardine that shot young

    Waverley

  • But we maun a’ live the day, and have our dinner; and there’s Vich lan Vohr has packed his dorlach, and Mr. Waverley’s wearied wi’ majoring yonder afore the muckle pier-glass; and that grey auld stoor carle, the Baron o’

    Waverley

  • Callum told him also,’ tat his leather dorlach wi’ the lock on her was come frae Doune, and she was awa again in the wain wi’ Vich Ian

    Waverley

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