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Bygottin(e, ppl. a. Also: bygotten, -gottne. [By adv. 2.] Illegitimate. Thome of Cullace sone and air til Ihone of Cullace. Martine of Cullace bygottine sone til Ihone of Cullace; 1450 Reg. Episc. Brechin I. 152.
To Robert his bygottin sone eldest fyve merkis, … to Robert his ȝoungare bygottin sone fourtie merkis; 1573 Edinb. Test. I. 278.
I leue to Alesoun Broun my bygottin dochter ten pundis; 1578 Ib. VI. 95.
Kennethie, a bygottne [L. nothus] brother to King Kennethie; Dalr. I. 298/10.
The Prior of S. Androis, the Quene her by-gotten brother; Ib. II. 450/33.

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