Schote

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle High German schōte ‎(a covering), from Middle Low German schōte, from Old Saxon *skōta, *skōt, from Proto-Germanic *skautaz ‎(wedge; cornwe; lap; flap). Cognate with German Schoss. More at sheet.

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Noun[edit]

Schote f ‎(genitive Schote, plural Schoten, diminutive Schötchen n)

  1. pod; hull; husk

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