bunnet

bunnet

(ˈbʌnɪt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a Scottish name for bonnet2
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Either way Bunnet was trying to get Davie's attention, and Davie turned out to be the Bellshill striker.
NOISY NEIGHBOURS Lustig as policeman, left, and, right, Scott Brown with Santa bunnet and cheeky smile
"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. He is never going to get it back, because it is lucky for me.
Sunderland F.A.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.
Singer Rita Ora's hijab was perfectly accompanied by rapper Nicki Minaj's tartan bunnet and scarf, ideal for keeping the autumn chill out.
A DEAF pensioner struggling to leave the house alone in case he wanders into the path of a cyclist or a truck is now striding out with confidence - thanks to his cyber bunnet.
"He got into his football strip, shorts, top, scarf and bunnet and performed his marital duties," the Rev Mark Fleming told mourners last week.
GONE AND BUNNET Image of ladies in hats is entitled Military
Right, the colourful march and, below, Duke of Wellington statue has a new bunnet for weekend
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.