One day we had a call from a "pawky auld carle" of a wandering Scotchman.
It has a number of sweet Scottish verses, plaintive or pawky.
Poetry came to Whittier through the chance visit of a Yankee gypsy, a pawky auld carle of a wandering Scotchman.
But obsolete never shall be the Shepherd's plaintive or pawky, his melancholy or merry, lays.
What a lot of quiet fun and pawky jokes there would be passing round.
I wouldna swear tae the pawky carl, but I'd ken the een o' him full weel.
One of my pawky friends once gave me a book called "Fishin' Jimmy."
His bon hommie is unique; he has a rich, pawky humour, which with his own countrymen is almost worshipped.
A good story is told of a pawky old Scot, who like many others, finds himself rather short of cash just now.
She has an organ, I mean a paper shes on, and I suppose she can write Mr. pawky up.