See also: scot and Scot.

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From Old English Scottas (people from Ireland, Irishmen), from Late Latin Scotti (see Scōtī for more).

See Scoti.

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Scot (plural Scots)

  1. A person born in or native to Scotland.
    Synonyms: Scotsman, Scotchman

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Scot (plural Scots)

  1. A surname
  2. A male given name transferred from the surname, of rare usage, variant of Scott.

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Scot m (genitive singular Scoit, nominative plural Scoit)

  1. (historical) Scot, Irishman

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  • Scotach (Scottish; Scotch-Irish, adjective)
  • Scotach m (Scot, Scotsman; Irishman of Scottish descent)

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