|hoose [hus]n. A house. A flat.
dim. hoosie ['husɪ] A housewife.
pl. hooses ['husəs]
v. To take or drive into the house, to shelter.
Compounds and phrases etc.
big hoose: a mansion
bordel hoose: a brothel
buinhoose: I.Sh. a fisherman's tabu-word for a church
cot hoose: a cottage
cottar hoose: a cottar's house, a cottage
fause-hoose: an empty space in a stack of grain for drying
hoose-baw: the game of rounders
house-brakker: a burglar
hoose-end: the end or gable of a house
hoosefu [-fə S. -fɛ, -fɪ, EC. -fe, WC. -fɑ, N. -fɛ, U. I. -fu]: a houseful
keep-house: a store-room
killin-hoose: an abattoir, a slaughter house
lichthoose: a lighthouse
meetin-hoose: a building in which meetings were held, a building other than a regular church in which religious meetings take place, a building for town council meetings
milk-hoose: a dairy
oothoose: an outhouse
pictur-hoose: a cinema
pig-hoose: a pigsty
puirhoose: the poorhouse, the workhouse
toun hoose: a town hall, the headquarters of a municipality
warkhoose: a workhouse
wee hoose: a toilet
wir hoose: our house