shoat

[ shoht ]
/ ʃoʊt /

noun

Also shote . a young, weaned pig.

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Origin of shoat

First recorded in 1375–1425; late Middle English shote; cognate with dialectal Dutch schote
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British Dictionary definitions for shoat

shoat

shote

/ (ʃəʊt) /

noun

a piglet that has recently been weaned

Word Origin for shoat

C15: related to West Flemish schote
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