Definition of Dawties

1. dawtie [n] - See also: dawtie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dawties

dawning
dawning on
dawnings
dawnless
dawnlight
dawnlike
dawns
dawns on
dawntime
daws
dawsonite
dawsonites
dawt
dawted
dawtie
dawties (current term)
dawting
dawts
day
day-after-day
day-and-night
day-blind
day-blindness
day-coal
day-ee
day-net
day-nets
day-nighter
day-old

Literary usage of Dawties

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1. Six Saints of the Covenant: Peden: Semple: Welwood: Cameron: Cargill: Smith by Patrick Walker (1901)
"... especially casting off of tyrants and their idol Charles n. and separation from the indulged, the king's royal dawties (as Mr. Peden used to call them), ..."

2. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is Prefixed, a by John Jamieson (1879)
"... an' then he'll mak mickle o' you, and dandle an' cuddle you like ano of hiĀ« ain dawties.' " Tenant's Card. Beaton, p. 2в. ..."

3. David Balfour by Robert Louis Stevenson (1905)
"It seemed to wipe us clean of all James More's disgraces. And the next moment he was just himself again. " And now by your leave, my dawties," said he ..."

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