Origin of Scottie
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"That's what they got over the telephone," said Scottie apologetically.
"Here's something you might be interested to know," said Scottie.
Hey, Scottie, shake up the fire and put on some coffee, will you?
The sixth man was Scottie, who had long since been detached from the party.
It was undoubtedly a facer; but Scottie came back in his usual calm manner.
- See Scottish terrier
- informal a Scotsman
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Word Origin and History for scottie
type of dog, 1907, short for Scotch terrier (1810).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper