- a quantity of anything, a lot, a share.—_Anglo-Saxon_, SCEAT, pronounced SHOT.
- temper, or passion,—from the irascible temperament of the Scotch; “Oh! what a SCOT he was in,” _i.e._, what temper he showed.
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