Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
†TILLOWIE, int., n.
I. int. A call to urge hounds on, tallyho! (Clc. 1825 Jam.).
II. n. A stimulus, something to egg one on, specif. of liquor.
Clc. 1825 Jam.:
“He has gotten his tillowie,” he has got as much as urges him on.
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