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Coulter

[ kohl-ter ]
/ ˈkoʊl tər /
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noun
John Merle [murl], /mɜrl/, 1851–1928, U.S. botanist.
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British Dictionary definitions for Coulter

coulter
/ (ˈkəʊltə) /

noun
a blade or sharp-edged disc attached to a plough so that it cuts through the soil vertically in advance of the ploughshareAlso (esp US): colter

Word Origin for coulter

Old English culter, from Latin: ploughshare, knife
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