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Warhorse; argument constantly relied on; favorite subject
ETYM Cf. AS. cotsetla cottager, German kossat, kothsasse, from kot, koth Eng. (cot) hut, and cf. also Eng. cade, a., cot a cade lamb.
A lamb reared without the aid of the dam. Hence: A pet, in general.
ETYM Old Eng. derling, deorling, AS. deórling; deóre dear + -ling. Related to Dear, and -ling.
A special loved one; SYN. favorite, favourite, pet, dearie, deary, ducky.
ETYM French mignon, from Old High Germ. minni love, German minne; akin to Eng. mind. Related to Mind, Mignonette.
1. A subordinate; an assistant.
2. A favored attendant.
Size of type (7-point); favorite; hanger-on.
ETYM Formerly peat, perhaps from Irish peat, akin to Gael. peata.
A domesticated animal kept for companionship or amusement.
A pampered and usually spoiled child.
A person who is treated with unusual kindness or consideration; darling.
Animal kept for companionship and occasionally for status. Research suggests that interaction with a pet induces relaxation (slower heart rate and lower blood pressure). In 16th–17th century Europe, keeping animals in this way was thought suggestive of witchcraft.
A 1992 Australian study found that pet owners had lower cholesterol levels than non-pet owners with comparable lifestyles.