Definition of Fugie

1. a runaway [n -S] - See also: runaway



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fugie

fugally
fugato
fugatos
fugged
fuggedaboudit
fuggedaboutit
fuggier
fuggiest
fuggily
fugging
fuggy
fugh
fughetta
fughettas
fugie (current term)
fugient
fugies
fugio
fugios
fugit
fugitive
fugitive from justice
fugitive swelling
fugitive wart
fugitively
fugitiveness
fugitivenesses
fugitives
fugits

Literary usage of Fugie

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1. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: To which is by John Jamieson (1880)
"Perhaps the same with Fr. /011013«, expl. by Roquefort, fouille ; which signifies an instrument of husbandry not unlike a pick-axe. FUGE', fugie, adj. ..."

2. The Book-hunter by John Hill Burton, Richard Grant White (1863)
"... Is't here they sell the fugie warrants ? "JI am not sure but, in the very mighty heart of all legal formality and technicality—the Statutes at Large ..."

3. Deeside Tales: Or Men and Manners on Highland Deeside Since 1745 by John Grant Michie (1908)
"Every scholar paid him sixpence of entry money, and he got all the fugie cocks. I have a recollection of an adventure I had in the autumn of 1838, ..."

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