Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A lout; a coward. [Scotch.]
- n. Scotland An idiot, or fool.
“An O for, &c. Theyll hae me wed a wealthy coof, 15”
“A lord, no doubt, may be a "birkie" and a "coof," but may not a ploughman be so too?”
“Based on "The Bard's Song" in "The Jolly Beggars" RW glossary: aboon: above bear the gree: Take first place, be foremost birkie: person coof: fool, idle/worthless fellow fa ': fault gowd: gold hamely: homely, humble hoddin grey: coarse wool mauna: must not”
“Guelf. legit corrupte etiam tempus horrebat, difi* De diipofitione ilia aciei coof.”
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“It’s not my lord’s fault if she’s stupid enough to stand out in the rain like a coof.”
“He's but a coof [Footnote: fool (pronounce like German _o_ or”
“D'ye see him, Wullie? the great coof has ma coat -- me black coat, new last Michaelmas, and it rainin '' nough to melt it. ”
“Kf afaefyloruin, imde omnis error (Sc coof ufio orca.”
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