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scot

noun \ˈskät\

Definition of SCOT

:  money assessed or paid

Origin of SCOT

Middle English, from Old Norse skot shot, contribution — more at shot
First Known Use: 14th century

Scot

noun \ˈskät\

: a person born, raised, or living in Scotland

Full Definition of SCOT

1
:  a member of a Celtic people of northern Ireland settling in Scotland about a.d. 500
2
a :  a native or inhabitant of Scotland
b :  a person of Scottish descent

Origin of SCOT

Middle English Scottes Scots, from Old English Scottas from Late Latin Scotus
First Known Use: before 12th century
SCOT Defined for Kids

Scot

noun \ˈskät\

Definition of SCOT for Kids

:  a person born or living in Scotland

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