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by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (of Edinburgh.), John Longmuir
dawtie may have had its origin from Gael, dalt, which in the Hebrides denotes a foster child, V. Dalt. DAWTIT, Dautkd, part. pa. Fondled .
A Dictionary of the Scottish Language, comprehending all the words in common use in the writings of Scott, Burns, Wilson, Ramsay, and other popular Scottish authors (1845)
by Thomas BROWN (Captain, F.L.S.)
DAWTIE, s. A favourite, a darling. DAWTIT, part. pa. Doted, fondled, caressed. DAYWERK, DAWERK, s. A day's work. To DEE, v. n. To die. DEAD-MAN'S- BELLS, s. pl. Fox-gloves, a plant. DEAN, DEN, s. 1. Hollow with sloping banks on both ...
by Ebenezer Picken
r Dawtie, s. a fondling. Dawtit, pas. part ...
Comprehending All the Words in Common Use in the Writings of Scott, Burns, Wilson, Ramsay, and Other Popular Scottish Authors by Thomas Brown
DAWTIE, s. A favourite, a darling ...
Selected from the Standard Authors of All Nations and All Time by Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Gibbon
" “ Ma ain bonnie wee dawtie ! " The end was drawing on : the golden bowl was breaking; the silver cord was fast being loosed,-that animula blandula, vagula, ...
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Scrabble value of D2A1W4T1I1E1
The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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