Definition of Birkies
1. birkie [n] - See also: birkie
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Literary usage of Birkies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tales and Sketches by James Hogg (1837)
"I can tell ye, birkies, either the deer's grave, or bonny Jane Ogilvie's, is no twa yards aff the place where that horse's hind feet are stand- in' ; sae ye ..."
2. The Great English Short-story Writers by William James Dawson, Coningsby Dawson (1910)
"I can tell ye, birkies, either the deer's grave or bonny Jane Ogilvie's is no twa yards aff the place where that horse's hind-feet are standin'; ..."
3. The Information Universe: Issues in Informing Science and Information by Informing Science Institute, Eli Cohen, Ed. (2006)
"birkies rated itself the least effective. Figure 3 below illustrates that there is no clear correlation between effectiveness, taken as a whole from all of ..."
4. The Bookman (1897)
"... birkies." " Well ?" said Carmichael, despising himself for his curiosity. " She hes a wy, there's nae doot o' that, ..."
5. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1830)
"There has been a reformation—and all our missionaries now take out wives. It now works well. SHEPHERD. Ise warrant it Hae the birkies got manses and ..."