Definition of Scolder. Meaning of Scolder. Synonyms of Scolder

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Definition of Scolder

Scolder
Scolder Scold"er, n. 1. One who scolds. 2. (Zo["o]l.) (a) The oyster catcher; -- so called from its shrill cries. (b) The old squaw. [Local U.S.]

Meaning of Scolder from wikipedia

- Wilfred John Scolding (born 25 April 1990) is a British actor. On television, he is known for his role in the BBC One drama The P****ing Bells (2014) and...
- A scold's bridle, sometimes called a witch's bridle, a gossip's bridle, a brank's bridle, or simply branks, was an instrument of punishment, as a form...
- In the common law of crime in England and Wales, a common scold was a type of public nuisance—a troublesome and angry person who broke the public peace...
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- The Scold's Bridle (1994) is a crime novel by English writer Minette Walters. The book, Walters' third, won a CWA Gold Dagger. Mathilda Gillespie, an...
- The name "Scolding Letters" (Swedish: Skällebreven) is used in Swedish historiography to denote the letters exchanged between the Swedish king John III...
- Chico Will Scold You! (チコちゃんに叱られる!, Chico chan ni shikarareru!) is a ****anese variety program that has been broadcast on NHK General Television since...
- applying only to women since around 1300, is the noun scold (later replaced with scolder, as scold became a verb toward the late 14th century). It dates...
- over rain. Coyote’s ceremonial name is Áłtsé hashké which means "first scolder". In Navajo tradition, Coyote appears in creation myths, teaching stories...
- Menō 1335) "Trust 1335" (信頼1335, Shinrai 1335) "Tadayoshi 1335" (直義1335) "Scolding 1335" (おこられた1335, Okorareta 1335) "Debate 1335" (ディベート1335, Dibēto 1335)...