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  • 'Naa, Matt, put on thi coite and fotch th' doctor, an tak 'care thaa doesn't let th' grass grow under thi feet. '

    Lancashire Idylls (1898) Marshall Mather

  • That's reet; naa then, doff that coite, and hev a soup o 'tay.

    Lancashire Idylls (1898) Marshall Mather

  • They're carryin 'him on owd Malachi's coite' (coat).

    Lancashire Idylls (1898) Marshall Mather

  • Do not coite elude, that the plain and natural meaning of the words, is not the true meaning, because such a Tiew of the text does not agree with your precon - ceived opinions* 3.

    Sermons, on doctrinal and experimental subjects Williston, Seth, 1770-1851 1812

  • Then th 'conductor banged his stick on th' music, and, wi 'a face as red as a soudger's coite (soldier's coat), called aat agen, "Hooisht!

    Lancashire Idylls (1898) Marshall Mather


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  • Coite means to come together, unite (Oxford English Dictionary).

    November 16, 2011