blastie

noun
blast·ie | \ ˈbla-stē \

Definition of blastie 

Scotland

: an ugly little creature

First Known Use of blastie

1786, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for blastie

Scots blast to wither, from blast entry 2

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