A pet of unusual species and proportions.
The Scottish Word:

Cushie.

“I’ve heard o going cushie cushie cushie tae fetch in a calf or a dug but it’s the first I’ve heard o it callin a muckle golach.”

Translated:

cushie: call to a pet , a calf or a milk cow.

“I have heard of calling cushie cushie cushie to fetch in a calf or a dog but it’s the first I’ve heard of it being used to fetch in a large insect.”

[cushie spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]

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