Definition of Dawtie
1. dautie [n -S] - See also: dautie
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dawtie
Literary usage of Dawtie
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Free Speaker: A New Collection of Pieces for Declamation, Original as by William Bentley Fowle (1859)
"AUNTIE'S WEE dawtie, AND UNCLE'S GUID ... he sheens like a starn, He is auntie's wee dawtie, and uncle's guid bairn. When I come hame at e'en frae the toils ..."
2. The Songs and Ballads of Cumberland: To which are Added Dialect and Other by Sidney Gilpin (1866)
"THE dawtie. A1R : " I'm o'er young to marry yet." " Tho' weel I like ye, ... dawtie."
3. The Household of Peter: A Novel by Rosa Nouchette Carey (1905)
"I know that I could never marry any other man. If only he and dawtie had left me alone! But the letters kept coming. He used to send notes under cover to ..."