Definition of causey in English:

causey

Line breaks: cau¦sey
Pronunciation: /ˈkɔːzi
 
, -si/

noun (plural causeys)

Archaic or dialect term for causeway.
More example sentences
  • Many of these causeys stretch for miles across the moors.
  • Money went on repairing causeys in Kiddal Lane (paid to William Johnson, the succeeding Surveyor).

Origin

Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French causee, based on Latin calx 'lime, limestone' (used for paving roads).

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