Cossie

clothing; swimsuit

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • cossie — /ˈkɒzi / (say kozee) noun Chiefly NSW Colloquial (also plural) a swimming costume: *On hot nights before the nor easter came you changed into your cossie and ran under the sprinkler. –clive james, 1980. Also, cozzie. {abbreviation of costume +… …   Australian English dictionary

  • cossie — /koz ee/, n. Australian Informal. a bathing suit; bathers. [1915 20; (swimming) cos(tume) + IE] * * * …   Universalium

  • cossie — noun Shortened form of costume, usually meaning swimming costume …   Wiktionary

  • cossie — Australian Slang clothing; swimsuit …   English dialects glossary

  • cossie — (also cozzie) noun (plural cossies) informal a swimming costume or a pair of swimming trunks …   English new terms dictionary

  • cossie — /koz ee/, n. Australian Informal. a bathing suit; bathers. [1915 20; (swimming) cos(tume) + IE] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Johann von Cossie — (frz. Jean oder Johan; † um 1250) war Herr von Cossie und Kämmerer des Königreichs Jerusalem. Er war ein Sohn von Rainald von Haifa, Kämmerer und Kastellan von Jerusalem und dessen Gattin Isabella Brisebarre. Er hatte das Amt des Kämmerers des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Philipp von Cossie — († um 1269), war Herr von Cossie und Kämmerer und Marschall des Königreichs Jerusalem. Er war der Sohn und Erbe von Johann von Cossie, Herr von Cossie und Kämmerer von Jerusalem. Seine Mutter war Isabella von Mallenbec. Er heiratete Isabella l… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Officers of the Kingdom of Jerusalem — Coat of arms of the kingdom of Jerusalem. There were six major officers of the kingdom of Jerusalem: the constable, the marshal, the seneschal, the chamberlain (which were known as the Grand Offices ), the butler and the chancellor. At certain… …   Wikipedia

  • Beamte des Königreichs Jerusalem — Im Königreich Jerusalem gab es sechs wesentliche Ämter: der Konstabler, der Marschall, der Seneschall, der Kämmerer, der Mundschenk und der Kanzler. Die ersten vier bildeten die großen Ämter. Zeitweise gab es noch Baillis, Vizegrafen, und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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