Definition of Commote

1. v. t. To commove; to disturb; to stir up.



Definition of Commote

1. Noun. A secular division of land in mediaeval Wales. ¹

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Definition of Commote

1. commot [n -S] - See also: commot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Commote

commonwealthsman
commonwealthsmen
commorance
commorances
commorancies
commorancy
commorant
commorants
commoration
commorations
commorient
commorse
commos
commot
commotal
commote (current term)
commotes
commotio
commotio cerebri
commotio retinae
commotional
commotions
commots
commove
commoved
commoves
commoving
comms
communal

Literary usage of Commote

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1. A Practical Treatise on Architectural Jurisprudence: In which the by James Elmes (1827)
"commote, says Lord Coke (a), is a great signory, Definition of and may include one or divers manors; but by the name of a town, says his Lordship, villa, ..."

2. The Itinerary of John Leland in Or about the Years 1535-1543: Parts I to [XI] by John Leland (1906)
"Baled a litle poore market is yn this commote ... Much wood yn this commote. Litle corne. There be great hilles yn this ..."

3. A History of Wales from the Earliest Times to the Edwardian Conquest by John Edward Lloyd (1912)
"In the laws it is the commote which appears as the living and active body, the references to the cantref being for the most part perfunctory, ..."

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