Middle English Dictionary Entry

stot n.
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Note: Cp. scot n.(3), stod(e n.(1).
(a) A bullock, steer; also fig.; bole ~ [some quots. in (a) may belong in (b) and vice versa]; (b) a horse, esp. one used for plowing; also, a stallion; also, the name of a horse; (c) ~ rop, a rope for a horse; stottes stable, a stable for bullocks or horses.
(a) A disparaging term for a woman, a slut; (b) a go-between or procuress; baude (baudi) ~, a procuress; also, a procurer; -- ?error for baud(e-strote n.
(a) In surnames; (b) in place names [see Smith PNElem.2.158-61].