King James Dictionary
KET'TLE, n. A vessel of iron or other metal, with a wide mouth, usually without a cover, used for heating and boiling water or other liquor.
Among the Tartars, a kettle represents a family, or as many as feed from one kettle.
Among the Dutch, a battery of mortars sunk in the earth, is called a kettle.
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