Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word bote. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in bote.
Definitions and meaning of bote
Learned borrowing from Middle Englishbōte(“advantage, benefit, profit; relief, salvation; atonement, amends, expiation; cure”), from Old Englishbōt(“help, relief, advantage, remedy; compensation for an injury or wrong; (peace) offering, recompense, amends, atonement, reformation, penance, repentance”), from Proto-Germanic*bōtō(“recompense”). Doublet of boot (inherited from the same Middle English word).
(UK) IPA(key): /bəʊt/
(US) IPA(key): /boʊt/
bote (pluralbotes) (law, historical)
The atonement, compensation, amends, satisfaction; as, manbote, a compensation for a man slain.
A privilege or allowance of necessaries, especially in feudal times.
A right to take wood from property not one's own.
Often used to form compounds indicating a right to take wood only for a specific purpose.
Middle English Dictionary
-to-be, Beto, Tebo, Tobe, beot, boet, to-be, tobe
plural of boot
Clipping of botelya
From Spanishbote(“boat”), from Middle Englishbot, from Old Englishbāt, from Proto-Germanic*baitaz.
From Old Englishbōt, from Proto-Germanic*bōtō.
boot, bot, boote
bote (pluralbotes or boten)
Help, advantage, benefit; that which is good, helpful, or relieving:
Heo lufeden bi wurten, bi moren, and bi rote; nas þer nan oðer boten. — Layamon's Brut, 1275
Saving or extrication from distress or danger; something or someone which provides it.
Salvation (release or rescue from eternal punishment), or one who acts as salvation
An avenue of escape; a method through which one can release themself from danger.
Utility, usefulness; that which is useful, expedient, or suitable.
A reprieve or the offering of forgiveness from punishment or danger.
Activity done as redress or recompense for (one's or another's) sins; expiation.
Iesu […] For synne þat hath my soule bounde, Let þi blessed blood be my bote. — Iesu þat art hevene
Mirth, gladness; the feeling or emotion of being happy and joyful.
The quelling, curing, or expurgation of disease or sickness; medical recovery.
(rare) Recompense, amends or compensation; behaviour in return for one's wrongs.
(rare) An extra, augment, or addition; something to boot.
(rare) A medicinal or pharmaceutical cure or remedy; something used to quell disease.
(rare) Repair work; the act of fixing structures or buildings.