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scatt

scatt

noun \ˈskat\

Definition of SCATT

archaic
:  tax, tribute

Origin of SCATT

Middle English scat, from Old Norse skattr; akin to Old English sceat property, money, a small coin, Old Church Slavic skotŭ domestic animal
First Known Use: 13th century

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