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noun Australian Slang.
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If a friend sends you a suspicious chat, ask them a question a bot would not be able to answer.
Bot fear and dolour had so seazed the hartis of all, that thei could admitt no consolatioun.
I have had sa lytill tyme that it is evill maid; bot I sall mak ane fairer in the meane tyme.Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587|Various
Diverse said the offer wes gude; bot no man wes founde that wald be the secretour.The Works of John Knox, Volume 2 (of 6)|John Knox
For our enimeis looke nocht to the power of God, bot to the force and strenth of man.
To the family Oestrid belong the bot and warble-flies so frequently injurious to animals.Handbook of Medical Entomology|William Albert Riley