drappie

noun
drap·pie
variants: or drappy \ˈdrapē, -pi \
plural drappies

Definition of drappie 

1 chiefly Scottish : a small amount of liquid

2 chiefly Scottish : intoxicating drink was unco fond o' the drappie— James Ballantine

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History and Etymology for drappie

drap entry 2 + -ie, -y

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