Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A maltster.
- n. Someone who works in a malthouse
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A man whose occupation is to make malt.
- n. a maker of malt
“In the beginning of the seventeenth century Elizabeth Bathgate, spouse of Alexander Pae, maltman in Eyemouth, was prosecuted at the instance of the Lord Advocate for sorcery.”
“Andersone, maltman, James Hunter, fleshour, were convicted of art and part in breaking the Act of Parliament, by holding an assemblie and convention in Sanct Anne's Chappell, in the Spey-yards, upon Sanct”
“Park, Gavin was a baker, John a maltman, Francis a chirurgeon, and”
“He represents the Fiend passing up through the market, and chuckling as he listens to the strange oaths of cobbler, maltman, tailor, courtier, and minstrel.”
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“a maltman, Francis a chirurgeon, and ‘Schir William’ a priest.”
“Conform to citation, Robert Thomson, maltman, compeared before the kirk-session on 30th December”
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