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couthie

[ koo-thee ]
/ ˈku θi /
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adjective Scot.
agreeable; genial; kindly.
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Origin of couthie

1715–25; couth2 + -ie, spelling variant of -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM couthie

couth·i·ly, adjectivecouth·i·ness, noun

Words nearby couthie

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British Dictionary definitions for couthie

couthie

couthy

/ (ˈkuːθɪ) /

adjective Scot
sociable; friendly; congenial
comfortable; snug
plain; homely; unsophisticateda couthie saying

Word Origin for couthie

C13: see couth, uncouth
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