Words and Phrases
kye

“kye”

Meaning:

cows; cattle

In Literature:

Excerpt from Honourable Intentions by Hugh Robinson

But still an withal
Wulliam John wus beginnin tae feel haet guilty
aboot knoackin doon Maggie’s fence
an drivin his kye in amang her turmits

Excerpt from The Lammas Fair by Robert Huddleston

There some are guan for stirks tae buy,
and some are gaun for sellin’;
here some are drivin’ pigs an’ kye -
some powneys from the Hi’lan


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