noun, plural queys. Scot. and North England.
- queue fourché,
- queuing theory,
- quevedo y villegas,
- quezon city,
- quezon y molina,
- qui nhon
Origin of quey
Examples from the Web for quey
The dairy farmers there retain the quey calves for maintaining the number of the cows, while they feed the male calves for veal.
We put some pieces of the quey in the barge and then went on board.The Lyon in Mourning, Vol. 1|Robert Forbes
I had a cake made for the occasion, which Quey Ginn cut up with much pleasure.Sketches of Our Life at Sarawak|Harriette McDougall
"young cow," Scottish and Northern English dialect, late 14c., from Old Norse kviga, apparently from ku "cow" (see cow (n.)).