Coulter Coul"ter (k[=o]l"t[~e]r), n. Same as {Colter}. [1913 Webster]

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  • coulter — O.E. culter, from L. culter knife, iron blade in a plowshare, from PIE root * (s)kel to cut. As a surname (13c.), probably from Coulter in Lancashire …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Coulter — This long established surname, widespread in Scotland and in the Ulster counties of Down and Antrim, is of locational origin either from the parish and village of Coulter in Lanarkshire, or from the lands of Coulter in Aberdeenshire, so called… …   Surnames reference

  • coulter — Colter Col ter, n. [AS. culter, fr. L. culter plowshare, knife. Cf. {Cutlass}.] A knife or cutter, attached to the beam of a plow to cut the sward, in advance of the plowshare and moldboard. [Written also {coulter}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Coulter —    (1 Sam. 13:20, 21), an agricultural instrument, elsewhere called ploughshare (Isa. 2:4; Micah 4:3; Joel 3:10). It was the facing piece of a plough, analogous to the modern coulter …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • coulter — noun Etymology: Middle English colter, from Old English culter & Old French coltre, both from Latin culter plowshare; akin to Greek skallein to hoe more at shell Date: before 12th century a cutting tool (as a knife or sharp disc) that is attached …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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