poult

[pohlt]

Origin of poult

1375–1425; late Middle English pult(e); syncopated variant of pullet
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poult

1
noun
  1. the young of a gallinaceous bird, esp of domestic fowl

Word Origin for poult

C15: syncopated variant of poulet pullet

poult

2
noun
  1. a fine plain-weave fabric of silk, rayon, nylon, etc, with slight ribs across itAlso called: poult-de-soie

Word Origin for poult

C20: from French; of unknown origin; compare paduasoy
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