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a pet; often specifically a pet lamb
to treat like a pet; to overly indulge
{n} a lamb brought up by the hand
treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"
\KOSS-it\, transitive verb: To treat as a pet; to treat with excessive indulgence; to pamper
A house pet Applied to a pet lamb brought up in the house; any pet (Anglo-Saxon, cot-seat, cottage-dweller; German, kossat )
a pet; specifically a pet lamb
{f} pet, spoil, coddle, pamper
Hence: A pet, in general
A lamb reared without the aid of the dam
To treat as a pet; to fondle
If someone is cosseted, everything possible is done for them and they are protected from anything unpleasant. Our kind of travel is definitely not suitable for people who expect to be cosseted. = pamper. to give someone as much care and attention as you can, especially too much (cosset (16-19 centuries), perhaps from cotsAta )
plural of cosset