adj., -te; holde (en) støt kurs; skibet går støt; arbejde støt

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  • Stot — (st[o^]t), n. [AS. stotte a hack, jade, or worthless horse; cf. Sw. stut a bull, Dan. stud an ox. Cf. {Stoat}.] 1. A horse. [Obs.] Chaucer. Thorold Rogers. [1913 Webster] 2. A young bull or ox, especially one three years old. [Prov. Eng. & Scot.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stot — /stot/, n., v., stotted, stotting. n. 1. a springing gait of certain bovids, as gazelles and antelopes, used esp. when running in alarm from a predator. v.i. 2. to run with such a gait. [special use of Scots, N England dial. stot bound, go by… …   Universalium

  • stot — ● stot nom masculin (variante picarde de estoc) Volume de minerai laissé en place pour protéger une voie ou une installation du fond ou de la surface …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • stöt — • knuff, stöt, törn, dunk, puff • dunk, slag, stöt • dunk, slag, stöt, knuff • hugg, rapp, stöt, stick, sting, bett • duns, skakning, stöt, slag …   Svensk synonymlexikon

  • stot — mono·stot·ic; stot; stot·ter; …   English syllables

  • stót — a tudi stòt stôta m (ọ̑; ȍ ó) utežna mera, 100 kg: tovor tehta dva stota; pridelati dvajset stotov pšenice na hektar / stari stot 56 kg ♦ teh. metrski stot …   Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika

  • Stot — This interesting surname with variant spellings Stode, Stot, Stott, etc.. is derived from the Medieval English Stott meaning a bullock and was originally given as a metonymic occupational name to a keeper of the animals. The surname is first… …   Surnames reference

  • stot — I. noun also stott ˈstät ( s) Etymology: Middle English stot, stott, from Old English stot; akin to Middle Low German stūt thigh, buttocks, Old High German stiuz buttocks, Old Norse stūtr horn, stump, ox, Old High German stōzan to thrust, push… …   Useful english dictionary

  • stot — also stott intransitive verb (stotted; stotting) Etymology: Scots & northern dialect stot to bounce, rebound Date: 1801 to bound with a stiff legged gait < the gazelle stotted when alarmed > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • stot — 1. noun a) An ox or bull. b) A heifer. 2. verb a) To bounce, rebound or ricochet …   Wiktionary

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