Words and Phrases
bothy

“bothy”

Meaning:

a rough lodging such as a shed; an outside toilet

Alternative spelling/meaning:

bothie

In Literature:

Excerpt from The Precepts of Andy Saul by F E Sinclair Crichton

Andy followed me stiffly to the “fernery” door.
“Miss Hazel, houl’ on a bit!
A’ll get one o’ the boys to look the yard for him.
Or maybe he’s still in the bothy.
Sure we’ll get him somehow!”

(London: McCaw, Stevenson and Orr, 1913), p 9.


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