Definition of Escot

1. n. See Scot, a tax.



2. v. t. To pay the reckoning for; to support; to maintain.

Definition of Escot

1. to provide support for [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Escot

escorcin
escorial
escorials
escort agencies
escort agency
escort services
escorted
escortee
escortees
escorting
escortless
escortment
escorts
escot (current term)
escoted
escoting
escots
escotted
escotting
escout
escouts
escoveitch
escribe
escribed
escribes
escribing
escritoire
escritoires

Literary usage of Escot

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Visitation of Yorkshire in the Years 1563 and 1564: Made by William by William Flower, Charles Best Norcliffe (1881)
"John escot son and heyre. ... Robert escot 4 son. son & heyr. .... Stevenson of Boston. John escot 3 son. Symon escot 5 son. ..."

2. The Pedestrian in France and Switzerland by George Barrell (1853)
"... it was found necessary to return to escot, where was a path leading to that place. There was one also from Bedous, yet I was deterred from taking it, ..."

3. Historia Crítica de la Literatura Espanola by José Amador de los Ríos (1864)
"Et escot la fue ver que traya la barua muy luenga, et quando la vio tan ... Quando ella vio á escot que traya lu barua muy luenga, et la cabeça cana, ..."

4. The United States Democratic Review by Conrad Swackhamer (1845)
"The anatomy of the human stomach,' said Mr. escot, 'and the formation of the teeth, clearly place man in the class of frugivorous animals. ..."

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