How to Pronounce cote?

Correct pronunciation for the word "cote" is [kˈə͡ʊt], [kˈə‍ʊt], [k_ˈəʊ_t].

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"Cote" in context

A cote is an earthen bank or mound of soil used in defense and fortification by various kingdoms and north-western European militaries over the course of the Middle Ages. Cotes were used to keep troops and materials out of range of enemy troops, as the banks offered a form of natural protection. This type of defense structure dates back to the Iron Age, with archaeological evidence of cotes having been discovered in England in Suffolk and Norfolk. The use of cotes was particularly popular during the Hundred Years' War, as they often provided fortifications to those living in the region.

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