[kos-it] /ˈkɒs ɪt/
verb (used with object)
to treat as a pet; pamper; coddle.
a lamb brought up without its dam; pet lamb.
verb (transitive) -sets, -seting, -seted
to pamper; coddle; pet
any pet animal, esp a lamb
1650s, “to fondle, caress, indulge,” from a noun (1570s) meaning “lamb brought up as a pet” (applied to persons from 1590s), perhaps from Old English cot-sæta “one who dwells in a cot.” Related: Coseted; coseting. Cf. German Hauslamm, Italian casiccio.
[koz-ee] /ˈkɒz i/ noun, Australian Informal. 1. a bathing suit; bathers. /ˈkɒzɪ/ noun 1. an informal name for a swimming costume
[kawst, kost] /kɔst, kɒst/ noun 1. the price paid to acquire, produce, accomplish, or maintain anything: the high cost of a good meal. 2. an outlay or expenditure of money, time, labor, trouble, etc.: What will the cost be to me? 3. a sacrifice, loss, or penalty: to work at the cost of one’s health. […]
[kos-tuh, kaw-stuh] /ˈkɒs tə, ˈkɔ stə/ noun, plural costae [kos-tee, kaw-stee] /ˈkɒs ti, ˈkɔ sti/ (Show IPA) 1. a rib or riblike part. 2. the midrib of a leaf in mosses. 3. a ridge. 4. Entomology. [kaw-stuh] /ˈkɔ stə/ noun 1. Lúcio [loo-syoo] /ˈlu syu/ (Show IPA), 1902–98, Brazilian architect, chief designer of Brasilia. /ˈkɒstə/ […]
[kos-tuh brah-vuh, kaw-stuh, koh-; Spanish kaws-tah brah-vah] /ˈkɒs tə ˈbrɑ və, ˈkɔ stə, ˈkoʊ-; Spanish ˈkɔs tɑ ˈbrɑ vɑ/ noun 1. a coastal region in NE Spain, extending NE along the Mediterranean from Barcelona to France. /ˈkɒstə ˈbrɑːvə/ noun 1. a coastal region of NE Spain along the Mediterranean, extending from Barcelona to the French […]