verb es·cot \is-ˈkät\

Definition of ESCOT

transitive verb

Origin of ESCOT

Anglo-French escoter, from escot contribution, of Germanic origin; akin to Old Norse skot contribution, shot — more at shot
First Known Use: 1602


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