Meaning of pullishee in English:

pullishee

Pronunciation /ˈpʊlɪʃiː/

noun

(also pollyshee)
Scottish
  • Originally: †a pulley (obsolete). In later use: an apparatus consisting of a pole with a pulley and rope attached, used to hang clothes out of a window to dry.

Origin

Mid 17th century. Either an inferred singular of pillisies, double plural form of pulley, or a variant of pulley sheave (with loss of intervocalic -v-).