The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tolt \Tolt\, n. [LL. tolta, fr. L. tollere to take away.] (O.
A writ by which a cause pending in a court baron was removed
into a country court.
Etymology 1 n. (context UK legal obsolete English) A writ by which a cause pending in a court baron was removed into a country court. Etymology 2
n. (alternative form of tölt English) vb. (alternative form of tölt English)
Usage examples of "tolt".
But his patrons desired only the easy, nearby sites, wrecks like the Stolt Dagali, SS Mohawk, and the Tolten.
The way they tolt me, marine life fed on diatoms, which is these colonies of algae.
Ah tolt him he wiz a dupe of the imperialist propaganda machine an the so-called independent nuclear deterrent wiz a farce.
The ambling gait is a natural gait and is known today by a number of names such as singlefoot, shuffle, amble, Paso Llano, Paso Fino, or Tolt.