Definition of Gutcher

1. goodsire [n -S] - See also: goodsire



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gutcher

gut-wrenching
gut-wrenchingly
gut barging
gut buster
gut factor
gut feeling
gut feelings
gut flora
gut reaction
gut reactions
gut rehab
gutbucket
gutbuckets
gutbuster
gutbusters
gutcher (current term)
gutchers
gutfoundered
gutful
gutfuls
gutless
gutless wonder
gutless wonders
gutlessly
gutlessness
gutlessnesses
gutlike
gutrot
gutrots
guts

Literary usage of Gutcher

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1. A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert by J. B. Reid (1889)
"The lang, dark night ! To W. Simpson, 14. Gusty [tasteful, savoury]. An' just a wee drap sp'ritual burn in, An' gusty sucker! . . Scotch Drink, c. gutcher ..."

2. A Dictionary of Lowland Scotch: With an Introductory Chapter Onthe Poetry by Charles Mackay (1888)
"gutcher, a grandfather. This ungainly word seems to be a corruption of gude-sire, gude-sir, ... Ye might be my gutcher! auld Donald, gae 'wa! ..."

3. Place Names of West Aberdeenshire by James Macdonald, Donald Mackinnon (1899)
"gutcher Stone (Strathdon, 6). A great stone in the face of ... gutcher means " grandfather. ..."

4. Adventure Guide to Scotland by Martin Li (2005)
"There are several sailings a day but summer sailings can be very busy and reservations are strongly advised. gutcher is about 40 minutes by car from ..."

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