quinie

quinie

(ˈkwiːnɪ)
n
a variant form of quean
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The Quinapoxet - known affectionately as the "Quinie" by fishermen - was long thought to be mainly a spring fishing venue when it is heavily stocked with trout by the state.
A young quinie lookin back at her Ballater days takkin ilka wobbly stride wi "little leggies ower short, an the water deep atween'" Little wis she tae ken that at water in a lifetime wis tae turn intae a ragin torrent as Storm Frank gaed chairgin throwe the bonnie Victorian village caain aathing tae crockaneeshin in the hinmaist days o 2015.