Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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JEEP, n. ne.Sc. form of Jupe, n.1, q.v. See E, 3. (3). A loose or ill-fitting garment (Abd. 1959); a wrap. Abd. c.1915 14 :
See an tak plenty o' jeeps wi' ye.
Abd. 1928  Word-Lore III. 147:
Johnnie gey aft wore a jeep o' a blue kwite wi' muckle bress buttens on't.

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