Potell

A liquid measure equivalent to four pints. [< pot + -ell as dim.]

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  • Potts — This interesting surname is a patronymic of Pott, which is of Anglo Saxon origin, and has two possible sources. The first source is from a medieval given name, which is an aphetic form of Philpott, which is itself a diminutive of Philip, from the …   Surnames reference

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