bothy


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both·y

 (bŏth′ē)
n. pl. both·ies Scots
A hut or small cottage.

[Ultimately from Old Irish both, hut; see bheuə- in Indo-European roots.]

bothy

(ˈbɒθɪ)
n, pl bothies
1. a cottage or hut
2. (esp in NE Scotland) a farmworker's summer quarters
3. a mountain shelter
[C18: perhaps related to booth]
Translations

bothy

n (Scot) → Schutzhütte f
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Now she's featuring in new TV documentary Bothy Life on BBC Two Scotland - even though she still doesn't have a TV and won't be able to see it.
Artist Geoff Allan has visited most of the shelters in Scotland officially listed by the Mountain Bothy Association (MBA).
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It is cared for by the Mountain Bothy Association (MBA) and is one of eight similar shelters in Wales.
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It replaced an older bothy that burnt down in 1998.
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Be prepared for a surprise when viewing The Bothy, a gloriously original home which stands discreetly in a quiet cul-desac in Edgbaston.