meaning of BOTE

BOTE meaning in General Dictionary

Compensation amends pleasure expiation as guy bote a compensation or a guy slain

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  • settlement; amends; satisfaction; expiation; because, guy bote, a payment or a guy slain.
  • Payment of any kind.
  • A privilege or allowance of necessaries.

BOTE meaning in Law Dictionary

In old English law. A recompense or payment, or revenue or advantage. Also reparation or amends regarding harm done. Necessaries when it comes to upkeep and carrying-on of husbandry. An allowance; the old title for estovers. House-bote is an acceptable allowance of timber from from the estate to fix or burn in the home, and sometimes termed "fire-bote;" plow- bote and cart-bote tend to be. lumber is used in making and restoring all devices of husbandry ; and hay-bote or hedge-bote is wood for repairing of hays, hedges, or walls. The phrase in addition indicates reparation for damage or damage done, as man-bote, that has been a compensation or amends for a person slain, etc.


BOTE - Spanish to English

watercraft

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  • lifeboat

BOTE - German to English

delivery guy

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  • distribution man
  • envoy
  • errand man
  • legman
  • mercury
  • messenger
  • runner
  • summoner
  • herald
  • harbinger [literary]

BOTE meaning in General Dictionary

(letter.) payment; amends; pleasure; expiation; because, guy bote, a compensation or a man slain.

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  • (letter.) Payment of any sort.
  • (letter.) A privilege or allowance of necessaries.