divot

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div·ot

noun \ˈdi-vət\

: a loose piece of grass and dirt that is dug out of the ground when the ground is struck by something (such as a golf club)

Full Definition of DIVOT

1
Scottish :  a square of turf or sod
2
:  a loose piece of turf (as one dug from a golf fairway in making a shot)

Origin of DIVOT

alteration of earlier Scots devat, from Middle English (Scots) duvat
First Known Use: 1586

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