Origin of divot
Examples from the Web for divot
Before applying for the job our young friend Foozle would like to know whether he will be required to replace the divot.
Scottish boys often weight it at the end with a "divot" which is a little piece of actual turf, both grass and root, all together.The Playwork Book|Ann Macbeth
Those who eat and chatter, kiss hands and smile, but never take a divot are losers of something that is heartening.The Happy Golfer|Henry Leach
He quietly lifted the lower edge of a divot on the roof, and peeped in to see what was going on.Gairloch In North-West Ross-Shire|John H. Dixon, F.S.A. Scot
British Dictionary definitions for divot
Word Origin for divot
Word Origin and History for divot
1530s, from Scottish, literally "piece of turf or sod" used for roofing material, etc., of unknown origin. The golfing sense is from 1886.