Sonsy

Sonsy [SON-see]

(adj.)

- Healthy, strong, and attractive; robust.

- Agreeable and good-natured.

- Buxom or plump; comely.

From “sonse” (prosperity, good fortune) from Middle English / Scots Gaelic “sonas" from “MIr sonus" from “sona” (prosperous, happy) from Old Irish “son” + -y

Used in a sentence:

“He was a braw lad, and she was sweet and sonsy; and happily lived they ever thereafter.”

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