Patten

[ pat-n ]
/ ˈpæt n /

noun

GilbertBurt L. Standish,1866–1945, U.S. writer of adventure stories.

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Definition for burt l standish (2 of 2)

Standish
[ stan-dish ]
/ ˈstæn dɪʃ /

noun

Burt L., pseudonym of Gilbert Patten.
Myles or Miles [mahylz] /maɪlz/,c1584–1656, American settler, born in England: military leader in Plymouth Colony.
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British Dictionary definitions for burt l standish (1 of 3)

patten
/ (ˈpætən) /

noun

a wooden clog or sandal on a raised wooden platform or metal ring

Word Origin for patten

C14: from Old French patin, probably from patte paw

British Dictionary definitions for burt l standish (2 of 3)

standish
/ (ˈstændɪʃ) /

noun

a stand, usually of metal, for pens, ink bottles, etc

Word Origin for standish

C15: of unknown origin

British Dictionary definitions for burt l standish (3 of 3)

Standish
/ (ˈstændɪʃ) /

noun

Myles (or Miles). ?1584–1656, English military leader of the Pilgrim Fathers at Plymouth, New England
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