Definition of couthy in English:

couthy

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Pronunciation: /ˈkuːθi/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

(also couthie)

adjective

Scottish
1(Of a person) warm and friendly.
1.1(Of a place) cosy and comfortable: a couthy wee tavern

Origin

early 18th century: apparently from Old English cūth 'known' + -y1 (also -ie).

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