Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A howlet or hoot-owl; specifically, the tawny, brown, or wood owl, Strix (or Syrnium) aluco.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Zoöl.) A European owl (Syrnium aluco) of a tawny color; -- called also
- Compare Old French hullote, English howlet. (Wiktionary)
“An 'nows an' thens a gert white ullet would coom fleein 'through t' boughs, an 'all t' time there were lile bats flutterin 'about ower t' watter an 'coomin' so close agean Doed they ommost brushed his face wi 'their wings.”
“But shoo were fast asleep, wi 'Throp aside her snorin' like an owd ullet i 't' ivy-tree.”
“I swarmed up the ivy to see if that there young ullet was fit to take.”
“J.F.T. T.ullet (sen.) 74 700 T.ken and burnt by the British.”
“Sportfreunde Stiller are due for an unplugged show, with B ullet For My Valentine, Subway To Sally,”
“Settler! ue ullet! "and ran through the streets immediately after learning of the decision.”
“ullet train that had arrived from Bordeaux at Montparnasse station.”
“She can see ta big white ullet flitting aboot and roond and roond because Meester Stevey's leeting ta fire.”
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A bunch of -let words, emphasis on the diminutive. Feel free to neologize.
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