(UK Und.) a sword.
|Dict. Canting Crew n.p.: Tol, Toledo, c. a sword.|
|‘John Sheppard’s Last Epistle’ in Dly Jrnl (London) 16 Nov. 1: She snaffled his Main, Poll and T—l.|
|[||Craftsman 26 May 38: He may lug out Toledo and swagger, like Captain Bluff, while his Enemy is at a Distance].|
|, , ,||Universal Etym. Eng. Dict. [as cit. c.1698].|
|Accounts 8 Nov. [Internet] He told Dr. Fluellin, he had seen a Tale, (a Sword) a Scout, (a Watch) [...] and an outside Toge, (a Cloak).|
|, ,||Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue.|
|(con. 1737–9) Rookwood (1857) 186: Forth to the heath is the scampsman gone [...] His tol by his side, and his pops in his pocket.|