The Collaborative International Dictionary
Scat \Scat\, Scatt \Scatt\, n. [Icel. skattr.]
Tribute. [R.] ``Seizing scatt and treasure.''
n. (obsolete form of scat nodot=yes English) (tax, tribute)
Usage examples of "scatt".
And willed him for to reclayme with speedHis scattred people, ere they all were slaine,And time and place conuenient to areed,In which they two the combat might darraine.