Tellership
Tellership Tell"er*ship, n. The office or employment of a teller. [1913 Webster]

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  • tellership — See teller. * * * …   Universalium

  • tellership — n. position of narrator; position of bank cashier …   English contemporary dictionary

  • tellership — tellˈership noun • • • Main Entry: ↑tell …   Useful english dictionary

  • teller — tellership, n. /tel euhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that tells, relates, or communicates; narrator. 2. a person employed in a bank to receive or pay out money over the counter. 3. a person who tells, counts, or enumerates, as one appointed to… …   Universalium

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  • Nicholas Brigham — (d. 1558), is mentioned by Bale (Scriptores edit. 1557 9, not in that of 1548) as a Latin scholar and antiquarian, who gave up literature to practise in the law courts, and who flourished in 1550. To this Pits adds that he was no common poet and… …   Wikipedia

  • teller — /ˈtɛlə / (say teluh) noun 1. someone or something that tells, relates, or communicates; a narrator. 2. someone employed in a bank to receive or pay out money over the counter. 3. someone who tells, counts, or enumerates, as one appointed to count …   Australian English dictionary

  • Teller — n. 1 a person employed to receive and pay out money in a bank etc. 2 a person who counts (votes). 3 a person who tells esp. stories (a teller of tales). Derivatives: tellership n …   Useful english dictionary

  • teller — n. 1 a person employed to receive and pay out money in a bank etc. 2 a person who counts (votes). 3 a person who tells esp. stories (a teller of tales). Derivatives: tellership n …   Useful english dictionary

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