Definition of monteith in English:

monteith

Line breaks: mon|teith
Pronunciation: /mɒnˈtiːθ/

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noun

1 historical A large ornamental punchbowl with a scalloped rim, usually made of silver.
2 archaic A cotton handkerchief with a pattern of white spots on a coloured background.

Origin

late 17th century: from the Scottish surname Monteith.

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