Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
†CURSOUR, n. A stallion. This meaning of courser has been obs. in Eng. since 16th cent. (N.E.D.). Cf. Cooser.
Sc. 1862 A. Hislop Proverbs 5:
A fey man and a cursour fears na the deil. Sc. 1896 A. Cheviot Proverbs 140:
He nickers like a cursour at a caup o' corn.
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