cowitch

[ kou-ich ]
/ ˈkaʊ ɪtʃ /

noun

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Origin of cowitch

First recorded in 1795–1805
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British Dictionary definitions for cowitch

cowitch
/ (ˈkaʊɪtʃ) /

noun

another name for cowage

Word Origin for cowitch

C17: alteration of cowage by folk etymology
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