Definition of westlin
: westerly when the fringe was red on the westlin hill — James Hogg
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Origin and Etymology of westlin
westlin alteration of westland, from 2west + land; westling alteration (influenced by -ing) of westlin
First Known Use: 1720See Words from the same year
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