Definition of cosset in English:

cosset

Line breaks: cos¦set
Pronunciation: /ˈkɒsɪt
 
/

verb (cossets, cosseting, cosseted)

[with object]

Origin

mid 16th century (as a noun denoting a lamb brought up by hand, later a spoiled child): probably from Anglo-Norman French coscet 'cottager', from Old English cotsǣta 'cottar'.

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