(plural sheep's eyes)
Often used in plural. Sometimes "to cast a sheep's eye" or "throw a sheep's eye" on someone.
From the Gaelic seapach, sly or timid, seapaire, a bashful or cowardly person, from the Gaelic seap or seop, to creep away, or sneak.
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