Definition of plough stot in English:

plough stot

(US plow stot)

noun

English Regional, Yorkshire
  • A mummer participating in the celebration of Plough Monday. Also in plural: the Plough Monday celebrations.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in George Young (1777–1848), Presbyterian minister and geologist. From plough + stot.

Pronunciation

plough stot

/ˈplaʊ stɒt/