poten

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch poten, from Old Dutch *potōn (to set, stick, plant, prick), from Proto-Germanic *putōną (to stab, stick, push). Cognate with English pote (to push, kick), Middle Low German pōten (to plant), Old Norse pota (to put, stick). More at put.

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poten (past singular pootte, past participle gepoot)

  1. to set, plant, place a young plant or large seed individually in soil or other substrate where it can grow; sow
  2. to release young fish or - eggs to regulate the population for fishers' benefit

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poten

  1. Plural form of poot

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