DutchEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /sxoːt/
  • Rhymes: -oːt
  • (file)

Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Dutch schote, schuete, the same as scheut.

NounEdit

schoot m (plural schoten, diminutive schootje n)

  1. The act(ivity) of shooting
  2. (metonymically) A shot; the projectile; the range
  3. A vegetal shoot
  4. (figuratively) Various movements
  5. A shot, some liquid (especially liquor) poured in one movement
  6. A wedge
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  • Afrikaans: skoot

Etymology 2Edit

From Middle Dutch schoot, from Old Dutch *skōt, from Proto-Germanic *skautaz.

NounEdit

schoot m (plural schoten, diminutive schootje n)

  1. lap, upper leg
    De Madonna met het kindje Jezus op haar schoot wordt "zetel der Wijsheid" genoemd.
    The Madonna with baby Jesus on her lap is called the "seat of Wisdom".
  2. (figuratively) Various corresponding parts of certain vestments, animals and objects
  3. A shoot, certain ropes or chains used in sailing
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(lap):

(shoot):

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Etymology 3Edit

See the etymology of the main entry.

VerbEdit

schoot

  1. singular past indicative of schieten