sonsy

adjective
\ˈsän(t)-sē \
variants: or sonsie

Definition of sonsy 

chiefly dialectal

First Known Use of sonsy

1720, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for sonsy

Scots sons health, from Scottish Gaelic sonas luck, happiness

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