verb tr.: To pamper.
noun: A pet; a spoiled child.

ETYMOLOGY: Of uncertain origin, probably from Old English cotsaeta (cot sitter or cot dweller). Ultimately from the Indo-European root sed- (to sit), which is also the source of sit, chair, saddle, assess, sediment, soot, cathedral, tetrahedron, sessile, surcease, assiduous, and eyas. Earliest documented use: 1579

COSHET - a small blackjack (for knocking out midgets)

COWSET - winning six games of bovine tennis

FOSSET - source of running water