How to Pronounce scot?

Correct pronunciation for the word "scot" is [skˈɒt], [skˈɒt], [s_k_ˈɒ_t].

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"Scot" in context

Scot is one of the traditional and historic nations occupying the British Isles. It is located in the Northern and Western parts of the UK and separates England from the Irish and Welsh regions. Scots were once an organized, independent kingdom, being an important part of Europe from circa 400AD-1707 when it merged with the neighboring kingdom of England.

The term 'Scot' is derived from the word 'Scotia', an ancient Celtic word for 'the land of the wanderers'. Scots are traditionally known for their warmth of character, their distinct dialect and distinctive culture.

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