Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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COORSE, n. In phr. an' coorse, of course (Bnff.2, Abd.22 1937); prob. representing obs. Eng. in course, idem. [ən ′kurs] Abd.(D) 1871  W. Alexander Johnny Gibb xviii.:
That an' coorse tyeuk's up a fyou minits.

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