Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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PUGGIE, n., v.

I. n. The hole in a game of marbles into which the marbles are rolled (Ags., Fif., Bwk., Ayr. 1967); the bank, kitty, jackpot or pool in a game of cards or the like (Ags., wm.Sc. 1967).

II. v. To roll a marble into a hole in a marble game such as Holie, Kypie, or Moshie (Edb., Ayr. 1967).

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