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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse skopt (lock of hair, hair from the head) (whence also Nynorsk skoft (tail [of birds])), from Proto-Germanic *skuftą.

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skott n (genitive singular skotts, nominative plural skott)

  1. (animals, especially dogs, cats and foxes) a tail
  2. (dress) 18th century Icelandic women's head wear
  3. (automotive) a trunk, a boot, the luggage storage compartment of a car

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  • (tail): (of a dog or cat) rófa

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NounEdit

skott n

  1. a shot (firing a weapon)
  2. a shoot (on a plant)

DeclensionEdit

Declension of skott 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative skott skottet skott skotten
Genitive skotts skottets skotts skottens

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VerbEdit

skott

  1. supine of sko.