cuish
noun see cuisse

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  • Cuish — (kw?s), n. [F. cuisse thigh, fr. L. coxa hip: cf. F. cuissard, OF, cuissot, armor for the thigh, cuish. Cf. {Hough}.] Defensive armor for the thighs. [ Written also {cuisse}, and {quish}.] [1913 Webster] || …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cuish — (kwĭsh) n. Variant of cuisse. * * * …   Universalium

  • cuish — var. of CUISSE …   Useful english dictionary

  • cuisse — Cuish Cuish (kw?s), n. [F. cuisse thigh, fr. L. coxa hip: cf. F. cuissard, OF, cuissot, armor for the thigh, cuish. Cf. {Hough}.] Defensive armor for the thighs. [ Written also {cuisse}, and {quish}.] [1913 Webster] || …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • quish — Cuish Cuish (kw?s), n. [F. cuisse thigh, fr. L. coxa hip: cf. F. cuissard, OF, cuissot, armor for the thigh, cuish. Cf. {Hough}.] Defensive armor for the thighs. [ Written also {cuisse}, and {quish}.] [1913 Webster] || …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cuyamaca complex — The Cuyamaca complex is a precolumbian complex, dating from the late Holocene, with archaeological sites in San Diego County, California. This complex is related to the Kumeyaay peoples.[1] This archaeological pattern was defined by Delbert L.… …   Wikipedia

  • Cuyamaca Complex — The Cuyamaca Complex is an archaeological pattern defined by Delbert L. True in the 1960s, on the basis of late prehistoric evidence from the territory of the Kumeyaay people, primarily in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, southeastern San Diego County …   Wikipedia

  • Martingal — Martingale Mar tin*gale, Martingal Mar tin*gal, n. [F. martingale; cf. It. martingala a sort of hose, martingale, Sp. martingala a greave, cuish, martingale, Sp. alm[ a]rtaga a kind of bridle.] 1. A strap fastened to a horse s girth, passing… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Martingale — Mar tin*gale, Martingal Mar tin*gal, n. [F. martingale; cf. It. martingala a sort of hose, martingale, Sp. martingala a greave, cuish, martingale, Sp. alm[ a]rtaga a kind of bridle.] 1. A strap fastened to a horse s girth, passing between his… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Martingale strategy — Martingale Mar tin*gale, Martingal Mar tin*gal, n. [F. martingale; cf. It. martingala a sort of hose, martingale, Sp. martingala a greave, cuish, martingale, Sp. alm[ a]rtaga a kind of bridle.] 1. A strap fastened to a horse s girth, passing… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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