commote
Noun

commote (plural commotes)

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

commote (commotes, present participle commoting; past and past participle commoted)

  1. (obsolete, rare) To disturb or agitate, to disrupt also in the positive sense, to put into (more) commotion, to stir up, to add to the activity of.



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