- a beaver skin, especially one of prime quality.
Origin of plew
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Historical Examples of plu
Plu´tus.Name given to Pluto when invoked as god of wealth, 159.Myths of Greece and Rome
H. A. Guerber
Plu′mose, Plu′mous, feathery: plume-like; Plu′my, covered or adorned with plumes.
Plu′ralism, the state of being plural: the holding by one person of more than one office at once, esp.
Plu′viograph, a self-recording rain-gauge; Pluviom′eter, an instrument for measuring the amount of rain that falls.
Even the weather has recognised me, and good old Plu himself came out to shake me by the hand and talk of old times.
- variant spellings of plew
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plu or plue
- (formerly in Canada) a beaver skin used as a standard unit of value in the fur trade