bote, bot

bote, bot
bote, bot
/bowt/
In old English law, a recompense or compensation, or profit or advantage.
Also reparation or amends for any damage done. Necessaries for the maintenance and carrying on of husbandry.
An allowance; the ancient name for estovers.
@ house-bote
@ hedge-bote
@ plow-bote
@ cart-bote
House bote. A sufficient allowance of wood from off the estate to repair or burn in the house, and sometimes termed "fire-bote;" plow-bote and cart-bote are wood to be employed in making and repairing all instruments of husbandry; and hay-bote or hedge-bote is wood for repairing of hays, hedges, or fences.
The word also signifies reparation for any damage or injury done, as manbate, which was a compensation or amends for a man slain, etc.
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Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • bote — bote, bot /bowt/ In old English law, a recompense or compensation, or profit or advantage. Also reparation or amends for any damage done. Necessaries for the maintenance and carrying on of husbandry. An allowance; the ancient name for estovers. @ …   Black's law dictionary

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