coe

noun (1)
\ˈkō\
plural -s

Definition of coe 

(Entry 1 of 4)

dialectal, England

: a small hut or shack over a mine shaft

coe

noun (2)
\", ˈkȯ\
plural -s

Definition of coe (Entry 2 of 4)

dialectal, England

: a disease of sheep usually : liver rot

\"\
-ed/-ing/-s

Definition of coe (Entry 3 of 4)

dialectal, England

: to infest with coe

Definition of COE (Entry 4 of 4)

cab-over-engine

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History and Etymology for coe

Noun (1)

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

Noun (2)

Middle English cothe, from Old English cothu

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