COT, COTE, noun [G. In Welsh, this word signifies a cot a hovel or stye, an abrupt termination, a rump, a tail, a skirt. Cwta, short, abrupt, bob-tailed; cwtau, to shorten. This indicates that cot is from cutting off, and hence defending.]
1. A small house; a hut; a mean habitation; also, a shed or inclosure for beasts. 2 Chronicles 32:28.
2. A leathern cover for a sore finger.
3. An abridgement of cotquean.
4. A cade lamb. [Local.]
5. A little boat.