Hol"lus*chick`ie (?), n. sing. & pl.
[Prob. of Russ. goluishka bare of possessions, offspring, etc.,
fr. golui&ibreve; naked.] (Zool.)
A young male
fur seal, esp. one from three to six years old; -- called also
bachelor, because prevented from breeding by the older full-
The holluschickie are the seals that may legally be
killed for their skins.
But he'll lie down on the killing grounds where the
holluschickie go. Kipling.
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