from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. delftware crockery
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Delftware.
- n. The drain on the land side of a sea embankment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An improper spelling of delf, delf.
That might keep her from throwing delph. 4 As I was saying, while retorting thanks, you make me a reborn of the cards.
He spied a ragid Cockney and a donkey selling delph
It is broad enough to accommodate two carts at least, and has been used when the stone has been carted away from the delph at its eastern end.
These Drews soon after gave up the farm; one died, the other I saw two years afterwards, the part-proprietor of a glass and delph shop in
If a delph-glazed moon with its O so delicate pattern pans over Holland, flat as
In addition to its maritime trade and ship-building, the population is chiefly engaged in manufactures of steel, glass, delph, majolica, and in the quarrying of lignite and marble.
"Nay; he reckons to worch i'th delph wi 'me, neaw."
He now sells common varieties including delph blue, pink pearl, white Carnegie hyacinths and City of Haarlem yellow hyacinths for around 40p a bulb.
I guess this one was especially timely since Kobe went for delph last night, but I'd really like to see something less predictable next month.
There have been bids for delph, but theyve been so far below Ken Bates's estimates that they've been kept quiet.