bote definition

  • noun:
    • The atonement, settlement, amends, satisfaction, expiation; since, manbote, a compensation for a guy slain.
    • A payment of any kind
    • A privilege or allowance of necessaries, particularly in feudal times.
    • the right to take wood from residential property not one's very own.
    • repair works
    • advantage, benefit, revenue, cure, solution
    • Compensation; amends; pleasure; expiation.
    • repayment of any kind.
    • A privilege or allowance of necessaries.
    • Help; aid; relief; salvation; treatment in illness; boot (which see). Particularly
    • In old legislation: payment, for a personal injury; amends; satisfaction; a payment in expiation of an offense: as, man-bote, a compensation for a man slain.
    • A privilege or allowance of necessaries for fix or support; estovers: because, house-bote, enough timber to fix a home or even for gasoline; plow-bote, cart-bote, wood in making or restoring devices of husbandry; hay-bote or hedge-bote, lumber for hedges or fences, etc.
    • Middle English preterit of bite.
    • japan name of a deep-bodied shiner for the family members CyprinidÅ“, Acheilognathus rhombeus, based in the seas of Japan. Also called tabira.
  • others:
    • A Middle English as a type of but.

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