noun mon·teith \män-ˈtēth\

Definition of MONTEITH

:  a large silver punch bowl with scalloped rim

Origin of MONTEITH

Monteith, 17th century Scottish eccentric who wore a cloak with a scalloped hem
First Known Use: 1683

Rhymes with MONTEITH


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