A boat kept on land




  • To travel by boat.
  • To transport in a boat.
  • To place in a boat.


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  • From Middle English bot, boot, boet, boyt, from Old English bāt ("boat"), from Proto-Germanic *baitaz, *baitą, from Proto-Indo-European *bʰeyd- ("to break, split"). Cognate with Old Norse beit ("boat"), Middle Dutch beitel ("little boat").
  • Old Norse bátr (whence Icelandic bátur, Norwegian båt, Danish båd), Dutch boot, German Boot, Occitan batèl and French bateau are all ultimately borrowings from the Old English word.

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