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Define Còsagach

còsagach. A Scots Gaelic term that has been adopted by the tourism board VisitScotland and used to promote an image of warm firesides during Scotland’s colder months. See also hygge.


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As Mark Wringe, a senior lecturer at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Skye’s Gaelic language college, explains: “The word còsagach to me is an adjective derived from còsag, a wee nook or hole such as very small creatures might live in. I can see how, by extension, you might take this to mean cosy, but I wonder if someone’s thoughts have been guided by the resemblance in sound between this and the English word cosy.”
 (Source: The Guardian)

 

 

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