poult


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Poult \Poult\, n. [OF. pulte, F. poulet, dim. of poule fowl. See
   Pullet.]
   A young chicken, partridge, grouse, or the like. --King.
   Chapman.
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         Starling the heath poults or black game. --R.
                                                  Jefferise.
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