/ (ˈkuːrɪ) /
Scot (often foll by doun) to nestle or snuggle
Word Origin for courie
C19: from coor a Scot word for cower
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Examples from the Web for courie
Courie was the daughter of Darrin and Rebecca Foos Cox and was a sixth-grade student at the Ness City Elementary School.
Courie, cowry, a shell used as money in parts of Southern Asia and Africa.St. Ronan's Well|Sir Walter Scott