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The English dialect dictionary, being the complete vocabulary of all dialect words still in use, or known to have been in use during the last two hundred years (1905)
by Joseph Wright
Also written dawtie. [ d913, di'ti ...
Illustrating the Words in Their Different Significations, by Examples from Ancient and Modern Writers; Shewing Their Affinity to Those of Other Languages, and Especially the Northern; Explaining Many Terms, Which, Though Now Obsolete in England by John Jamieson
DAwtie, DAwTE', DAwTY, s. 1. Love, kindness, endearment. – Thir damisellis, for ...
In which the Words are Explained in Their Different Senses by John Jamieson
DAWTIE, Dawrv, s. - 1. Kindness ; endearment. Dunbar. 2.
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)
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 sides. 2. A small valley. To DEAVE, DEEVE, v. n. To deafen. To DECORE, v. a. To adorn, to decorate. DEDE, DEID, s. Death. DEDE-THRAW, s. In the agonies of death. DEDE-ILL, s. Mortal sickness. DEED-DAIL, s. The board on which the dead are ...
by Ebenezer Picken
r Dawtie, s. a fondling. Dawtit, pas. part, fondled. Dead, Deadal, s. death. Dead-house, Dead-hole, s. a grave. Dead-nip, s. a blue mark, supposed of ominons import. Dead-set, adj. quite determined on. Dead-swear, adj. very unwilling. Dead-thraws, s. p/ur. the throes of a person in the last agonies , the state of a thing left unfinished. Dearie, s. dim. of dear. Dearthfa', adj. high priced. Deave, v. a. to deafen. Decay, s. a consumption. Dee, v. n. to die. Dee't, did die.
by Thomas Brown
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. pi. Fox-gloves, a plant. DEAN, DEN, *. 1. Hollow with sloping banks on both sides. 2. A small valley. To DEAVE, DEEVE, v. n. To deafen. To DECORE, v. a. To adorn, to decorate. DEDE, DEID, s. Death. DEDE-THRAW, s. In the agonies of death. DEDE-ILL, s. Mortal sickness. DEED-DAIL, s. The board on which the dead are ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals by Samuel Johnson
' DAWTIE. j. A fondling. DAWTIT. ) , r- ji j DAUTET. \ P"L Fondledi DEAD. ) DEADAL. < DEAD- BELL. s. A tingling in the which is believed to indicate some friend's To fondle. Death. DEAD-HOUSE. ) , . mrmmM DEAD-HOLE, f * * gr"e- DEAD-MP. s. A blue mark , supposed of ominous import. DEAD-SET. a. Quite determined on. DEAD- SWEAR a.
by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure
Early bearers: England: Jeane Dawtie, in IGI (Cley next the Sea, Norfolk); Elizabeth Dawty, in IGI (Sawbridgeworth, Herts); John Doughtie, , Christyne Daughtie, , Johannis Duty, in IGI Davenport (Barrow on Humber, Lincs); Roberti Daughty, in IGI.
by John Jamieson
DAwTIE, DAwtE', s. 2.
The Chambers Dictionary (1998)
dawtie See daut. day da, n the time of light, from sunrise to sunset, morning till night; twenty-four hours, from midnight to midnight (formerly by some reckoned from sunrise, or sunset, or (by astronomers) from noon); the time the earth takes to make a revolution on its axis, this being the sidereal day ( between two transits of the first point of Aries, or approximately of the same star), distinguished from the apparent solar day (between two transits of the sun), and the ...
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