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Stirk  n.  A young bullock or heifer. (Prov. Eng. & Scot.)

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"Stirk" Quotes from Famous Books

... part in breaking the Act of Parliament, by holding an assemblie and convention in Sanct Anne's Chappell, in the Spey-yards, upon Sanct Andrewes day [30th Nov.] last by past, conferring and disputing there upon the Holie Scriptures.... Item, Helen Stirk, spous to James Ranoldsone, convicted Becaus of art and part in breaking the Acts of Parliament, in dishonouring the Virgin Marie." See also Foxe's Martyrs, p. 1230. The executions at this time are thus very summarily noticed in the Diurnal of ...
— The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6) • John Knox

Words linked to "Stirk" :   kine, cows, Bos taurus, oxen, cattle

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