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Definition of Pawky

Pawky
Pawky Paw"ky, a. [Cf. AS. p[ae]cean to deceive.] Arch; cunning; sly. [Scot.] --Jamieson.

Meaning of Pawky from wikipedia

- Brisk young Lad G minor Voice, Violin, Cello, Keyboard ****Ia:46bis The pawky auld carle came o'er the lea E minor Voice, Keyboard ****Ia:47 ****bernauld...
- unexpected depths about him; for example, he has a definite strain of "pawky humour", as Holmes observes in The Valley of Fear. Watson never masters...
- Scottish politician and senior British Army officer. He was nicknamed Pawky Scott. Pawky is Scots for sly, shrewd or one who tricks you. He was born at Balcomie...
- tough in business dealings, although in private life he was a person whose "pawky humour... peppered his conversations," according to one of his editors,...
- awarding it 4½ stars. All compositions by Dorothy Ashby except as indicated "Pawky" - 7:07 "Moonlight in Vermont" (John Blackburn, Karl Suessdorf) - 5:17 "Back...
- April 25, 2007) Sweet & Bitter - July 29, 1998 (re-released April 25, 2007) Pawky - July 28, 1999 (re-released April 25, 2007) Raison d'etre - December 21...
- Chmakova's Dramacon, which makes several product-placement-esque usages of "Pawky", (a modification of the name of the ****anese snack "Pocky", po****r among...
- Further details of the winner, Aboyeur: Foaled: 1910 Sire: Desmond; Dam: Pawky Owner: Alan Cunliffe Breeder: T. K. Laidlaw "SPORTS AND PASTIMES". Paperspast...
- she was The Times Parliamentary sketchwriter. In this role, her tone was pawky, frequently reducing the serious business of politics to playground spats...
- descriptive sketches, stories and anecdotes, illustrative of the racy wit & pawky humor of the district". "The hereditary sheriffs of Galloway; their "forebears"...
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