cushat

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From Middle English cowshott, cowschote, quyshte, from Old English cūsċeote, of uncertain origin (possibly from Proto-Germanic or Vulgar Latin).

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cushat (plural cushats)

  1. (Geordie or informal) A pigeon, wood pigeon or ring dove.

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