Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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COLDINGHAM PACKMEN, n. comb., pl. “Cumulus clouds, appearing in vast, snowy piles in the north or east on fine summer afternoons” (Bwk. 1856 G. Henderson Pop. Rhymes 103).

[Cf. Galloway Packmen and Banff Bailies.]

Coldingham packmen n. comb., pl.

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