noun Scot. and North England.
Origin of oxter
Examples from the Web for oxter
With a Bible under his oxter, and a 'bowet' new lit in his right hand, he accompanied me swiftly up the street.
He will hear a pluff o' pouther gang blaff at his oxter some fine day, that he'll be the waur o'!
And as she said this, she held up her oxter, as if to tak me below't.
A friendly hand gripped him below the oxter, and, peering up, he discerned the Minister.
Yet he could get a' the wives he wants, by just coming doon like a tod aff the hill, and takin' yin below his oxter.