Definition of ploughbote in US English:

ploughbote

(also ploughboote, plufebote)

noun

Law
  • Wood or timber which a tenant is entitled to cut for making and repairing ploughs and other agricultural implements.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Inquisition Miscellany. From plough + boot.

Pronunciation

ploughbote

/ˈplaʊbuːt/