bunnet

bunnet

(ˈbʌnɪt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a Scottish name for bonnet2
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Right, the colourful march and, below, Duke of Wellington statue has a new bunnet for weekend
But I'm just the same as everybody else now, I'll just look out the tartan scarf and bunnet and be cheering the boys on.
The only time Ryan has ever let himself down is letting me steal his Welsh bunnet.
C's latest Winter League match on Silksworth saw Colin Bunnet win pounds 80 by winning from the golden peg courtesy of 4lb of carp.
Connery, whose 1967 film, The Bowler And The Bunnet, is being shown, will also take questions from the public after the screening.
PRINCE William made a right royal gaffe yesterday - by going out in the cold without a bunnet.
Students get certificates not caps but I'm old school so the good folk at Napier Uni got me a tartan bunnet from a tourist shop on the Royal Mile.
From a wee tammy bunnet as we wanted something Scottish for our wee girl.
The former Formula One champ, who led the Indianapolis 500 race for 40 laps in 1966, donned his tartan trews and bunnet and carried a mace at the head of the procession.
Forfar boss Dick Campbell had three reasons to throw his trademark bunnet in the air yesterday as his side thumped Albion Rovers 4-0, son Ross scored for Montrose against Arbroath, and grandson Ethan celebrated his first birthday.