Definition of Bawtie
1. a dog [n -S]
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Literary usage of Bawtie
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1. The Minstrelsy of the English Border: Being a Collection of Ballads, Ancient by Frederick Sheldon (1847)
"|S bawtie fled frae the Langton tower, Wi' his troop alang the way; ... And to him did bawtie fay : " Prythee tell unto me, thou weird auld man, ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1847)
"Then bawtie fled in furious speed Awa' like the wintry wind; But the fiery Home an' his savage band Hard press'd on him behind. ‘Mang the hang broom on the ..."
3. Chronicle of Scottish Poetry: From the Thirteenth Century, to the Union of by James Sibbald (1802)
"Whether our Author, under the names of bawtie, Luf- fra, \3c. means to point out any fet of new ... And again, " Gude Brother bawtie ! Hald th,ee even," &c. ..."
4. Abstracts of Protocols of the Town Clerks of Glasgow by Glasgow (Scotland), Robert Renwick (1899)
"... and the lands of John bawtie on the east; and which three houses were bounded between the lands of Patrick Walker on the north, and the lands belonging ..."
5. Coldingham: Parish and Prioryby Adam Thomson by Adam Thomson (1908)
"SLAUGHTER OF BEAUTE I. As bawtie fled frae the Langton tower Wi' his troop along the way, By the Corney Foord ane auld man stood, And to him did ..."
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