bawbee /ˈbɔːbiː/

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I. noun

1.
(Scottish) a coin of low value.
2.
(Scottish) a former silver coin worth three (later six) Scottish pennies.
– origin mid 16th cent.: from the name of the laird of Sille bawby, mint master under James V.

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