causey

causey

[kaw-zee]
noun, plural causeys.
1.
British Dialect. a causeway.
2.
Archaic. an ancient Roman highway.

Origin:
1125–75; Middle English cauce < Anglo-French < Old North French caucie, variant of cauciee < Late Latin (via) calciāta (road) paved with limestone, equivalent to Latin calci- (stem of calx) limestone + -āta, feminine of -ātus -ate1

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causey (ˈkɔːzɪ)
 
n
1.  an archaic or dialect word for causeway
2.  (Scot) a cobbled street
3.  (Scot) a cobblestone

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