Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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COSEY, n. A woollen scarf (Abd.22, Lnk.3 1937). [′ko:zi] Ayr. publ. 1892  H. Ainslie Pilgrimage, etc and Poems 340:
I took my cosey frae my craig, My bonnet frae my pow.

[Substantival use of Eng. cosy, snug, comfortable.]

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