also (for n.1.) POBE
1. a father or foster-father ...1822 Scot.
2. a peak or high hill ...Bk1905 Scot.
(for n.1) Jamieson suggests it is probably from
Islandic (Icelandic) papi, pappas, papa, pater
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1822 - see Example below
"...asked Swene if he could not prevail upon his wife to go
to her pobe the devil, and bid him loose a knot..."
(Note: in the above example, the author gives the definition for 'pobe' as "Foster-father, or nurse's husband")
From: A Description of the Shetland Islands
By: Samuel Hibbert, 1822
• The English Dialect Dictionary,
Joseph Wright, 1898-1905
• Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language,
John Jamieson, John Johnstone, 1867