goodwin

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Etymology[edit]

Derived from the Scots guidwe'en meaning, literally, "good child".

Noun[edit]

goodwin (plural goodwins)

  1. A Doric expression meaning a good-hearted, or good-souled person, especially one who is young at heart.
    • From "The Broons", Sunday Post (newspaper)
      "aye, she's a fair goodwin, wi' ne'er a skunner tae say fer hersel'"

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