Coath meaning

(UK dialectal) Sickness; disease; pestilence.
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(intransitive) To faint.
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(UK dialectal) An attack of illness, such as swooning, pangs of childbirth, etc.
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(UK dialectal) A disease affecting sheep or cattle.
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To give (sheep, cattle) the coe or rot.
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Origin of coath

  • From Middle English cothe, from Old English coþu (“disease, sickness, pestilence”).

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