Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
†COGILL, n. A cogful. [′kɔgəl]
Ags. a.1800 Old Ballad in Jam.2:
D—n comes ridin' in the gait, Wi his short coat, and his silver rapier; But an he wad look what he's come off, A cogill o' brose wad set him better.
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