Causey meaning

kôzē
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(brit., dial.) A causeway.
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(now dialectal) A causeway across marshy ground, an area of sea etc.
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(now dialectal) A paved path or highway; a street, or the part of a street paved with paving or cobbles as opposed to flagstones.
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Origin of causey

  • From Anglo-Norman caucie, chaucee et al., from Late Latin calceāta. In Guernsey use after Guernésiais cauchie.

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