Kelmscott

adjective Kelm·scott \ˈke(l)mzkət, ˈkeu̇m-, -m(p)sk-; -mzˌkät, -m(p)ˌsk-\

Definition of Kelmscott

  1. :  produced by the Kelmscott Press Kelmscott books the Kelmscott Chaucer

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Origin and Etymology of kelmscott

from the Kelmscott Press, publishing firm in Hammersmith, England, from Kelmscott, England, home of William Morris †1896 English poet and artist, its founder


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