Definition of lowrie in English:

lowrie

noun

Scottish
poetic
  • A fox. Frequently as a proper name. Now chiefly in tod lowrie.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Robert Henryson (d. c1490), poet. Apparently from Lawrie, Lowrie, Lourie, etc., pet forms of the male forename Lawrence.

Pronunciation

lowrie

/ˈlaʊri/