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firlot (plural firlots)
- (Scotland) A measure of capacity, once used for corn etc, equal to four pecks.
- 1786, Daniel De Foe [i.e., Daniel Defoe], “Appendix. Part I. Containing an Account of Transactions in both Parts of the United Kingdoms, subsequent to the Union; […]”, in A History of the Union between England and Scotland, with a Collection of Original Papers Relating thereto. […], London: Printed for John Stockdale, […], OCLC 723451763, page 600: