The Collaborative International Dictionary
Assot \As*sot"\, a. Dazed; foolish; infatuated. [Obs.]
Willie, I ween thou be assot.
Assot \As*sot"\, v. t. [OF. asoter, F. assoter; ? (L. ad) + sot stupid. See Sot.] To besot; to befool; to beguile; to infatuate. [Obs.]
Some ecstasy assotted had his sense.
(context obsolete English) dazed; foolish; infatuated v
(context obsolete transitive English) To besot; to befool; to infatuate.
Usage examples of "assot".
A priest of Assot, God of Music and Prophecy, had long ago declared that the Empire would endure until The Archer turned his bow.
And this I know: thou art assoted, girl, If thou dost think King Arthur loves thee not!
But Joyce is assotted of a young pianist, Adair Scott, who is a good ten years her junior, and of god-like beauty, so they are an astonishing pair.
The Fourth Book, how Merlin was assotted, and of war made to King Arthur, and containeth xxix chapters.
Fond of a concertina and pairs passing when she's had her forty winks for supper after kanekannan and abbely dimpling and is in her merlin chair assotted, reading her Evening World.