Stot

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Stot A horse.
    • Stot A young bull or ox, especially one three years old.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n stot A horse; a stallion.
    • n stot A young ox; a steer.
    • n stot A weasel; a stoat. See cut under stoat.
    • stot To stumble; walk irregularly; bounce in walking. Compare stoit.
    • stot To rebound, as a ball.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Stot stot a young ox, a steer.
    • v.i Stot stot (prov.) to stumble
    • Stot Also Stot′ter
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
AS. stotte, a hack, jade, or worthless horse; cf. Sw. stut, a bull, Dan. stud, an ox. Cf. Stoat

Usage

In literature:

He had once been famous for his soapy manners: now he was as rough as a Highland stot.
"The Moon Endureth--Tales and Fancies" by John Buchan
I've killt mony a stot like it, shoost t' keep in the way of it.
"The Yeoman Adventurer" by George W. Gough
But the stot didn't mean to be gaffed.
"Prince Fortunatus" by William Black
We'll sune hae neither cow nor ewe, We'll sune hae neither staig nor stot.
"Ballads of Scottish Tradition and Romance" by Various
Foiled in this direction, I worried the President, as old Mustard would a stot, until he wrote the permission so long solicited.
"Destruction and Reconstruction:" by Richard Taylor
That maun be a College-bred stot, from the way he behaves.
"The House with the Green Shutters" by George Douglas Brown
Auld stots hae stiff horns.
"The Proverbs of Scotland" by Alexander Hislop
I'm getting tired o' bear-beef, and wouldn't mind a slice out of a juicy stot's rump.
"Wild Adventures round the Pole" by Gordon Stables
Quartus fuit Robertus Stot qui eciam mortuus est sine herede.
"Villainage in England" by Paul Vinogradoff
Little does she know that WILLIAM STOTT of Oldham has stotted her down in his note-book.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 93, December 24, 1887" by Various
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In poetry:

Then Gibby saw horns on the stranger's heid,
An', lookin' doon to his feet,
He saw he divided the hoof like a stot,
An' he shook wi' terror to see't.
"The Fiddler O' Boglebriggs" by Alexander Anderson
Then I faun' his club fit stot against my ain,
His han' slip alang my arm;
An' his touch was like to a reid-hot airn,
For the place at ance grew warm.
"Ledgie Cooper" by Alexander Anderson

In science:

S z tot = 0, the obtained target states generally have the finite total spin Stot .
Low Energy Properties of the Random Spin-1/2 Ferromagnetic-Antiferromagnetic Heisenberg Chain
As we will show in short, the mathematical identity he−R i = 1, together with Eq. (7), implies the following integral fluctuation theorem for the total entropy variation along a stochastic tra jectory ∆stot , he−∆stot i = 1.
Test of the fluctuation theorem for stochastic entropy production in a nonequilibrium steady state
S (t) is the contribution to ˙Stot (t) coming from the changes in the system probability distribution and ˙Sr (t) is the contribution coming from matter and energy exchange processes between the system and its reservoirs.
Entropy fluctuation theorems in driven open systems: application to electron counting statistics
We next summarize our results ˙Stot (t) = ˙Sna (t) + ˙Sa (t) ≥ 0 ˙Sna (t) = ˙Sd (t) + ˙Sb (t) ≥ 0 ˙Sa (t) ≥ 0 .
Entropy fluctuation theorems in driven open systems: application to electron counting statistics
The long time limit is needed in order to neglect the contribution from ∆s[m(τ ) , t] to ∆stot [m(τ ) , t].
Entropy fluctuation theorems in driven open systems: application to electron counting statistics
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