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coe

noun \ ˈkō \

Definition of coe

plural -s
dialectal, England
: a small hut or shack over a mine shaft

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Origin and Etymology of coe

Dutch kooi, literally, cage, from Middle Dutch cōie, coie, from Latin cavea cage, den, cave, from cavus hollow


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coe

noun \ " , ˈkȯ \

Definition of coe

plural -s
dialectal, England
: a disease of sheep; usually : liver rot

Origin and Etymology of coe

Middle English cothe, from Old English cothu


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coe

transitive verb \ " \

Definition of coe

-ed/-ing/-s
dialectal, England
: to infest with coe

COE

abbreviation

Definition of COE

cab-over-engine

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