[kot-i-jer] /ˈkɒt ɪ dʒər/
a person who lives in a .
Also, cotter, cottier
[kot-ee-er] /ˈkɒt i ər/ (Show IPA). British. a rural worker; a laborer on a farm or in a small village.
a person having a private house at a vacation resort.
another name for cotter2 (sense 1)
(in Ireland) a peasant farming a smallholding under cottier tenure (the holding of not more than half an acre at a rent of not more than five pounds a year)
another name for cottager (sense 1)
a person who lives in a cottage
a rural labourer
(mainly Canadian) a person holidaying in a cottage, esp an owner and seasonal resident of a cottage in a resort area
(history) another name for cotter2
[kot-n] /ˈkɒt n/ noun 1. a soft, white, downy substance consisting of the hairs or fibers attached to the seeds of plants belonging to the genus Gossypium, of the mallow family, used in making fabrics, thread, wadding, etc. 2. the plant itself, having spreading branches and broad, lobed leaves. 3. such plants collectively as a […]
[kot-n-eyd] /ˌkɒt nˈeɪd/ noun 1. a heavy, coarse fabric made of cotton or mixed fibers and often resembling wool, used in the manufacture of work clothes. /ˌkɒtəˈneɪd/ noun 1. a coarse fabric of cotton or mixed fibres, used for work clothes, etc
noun 1. absorbent cotton pressed into pads or layers for use in dressing wounds, filling quilts, etc.
noun 1. (sometimes lowercase) the part of the southern U.S. where cotton is grown, originally Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi, but now often extended to include parts of Texas and California. noun 1. a belt of land in the southeastern US that specializes in the production of cotton