Definition of bottine in English:

bottine

noun

historical
  • 1Originally Scottish. A buskin; a large boot partly covering the leg.

  • 2A kind of light boot worn by women and children, a half-boot.

Origin

Early 16th century; earliest use found in William Dunbar (?1460–?1530), poet and courtier. From Middle French, French bottine greave, legging, gaiter, small boot of fine leather or fabric with a low shaft from botte + -ine.

Pronunciation

bottine

/bɒˈtiːn/