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Quaich

Quaigh \Quaigh\, Quaich \Quaich\, n. [Gael. cuach. Cf. Quaff.] A small shallow cup or drinking vessel. [Scot.] [Written also quegh.]

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quaich

alt. (context obsolete English) A traditional, shallow, two-handled Scottish cup symbolising friendship. It was originally used to toast the arrival or departure of a visitor. n. (context obsolete English) A traditional, shallow, two-handled Scottish cup symbolising friendship. It was originally used to toast the arrival or departure of a visitor.

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Quaich

A quaich , archaicallyquaigh or quoich, is a special kind of shallow two-handled drinking cup or bowl in Scotland. It derives from the Scottish Gaeliccuach meaning a cup.

Usage examples of "quaich".

It was a noble loving-cup in the form of a quaich, inscribed as the gift of John Macnab.

Unaffected by six shared quaichs of spirit, the strong voice still reverberated off the stones of the hall.