Significado de aboiteau en en Inglés

aboiteau

Pronunciación /abwɑːˈtəʊ/

nombre

inglés canadiense
  • Especially in the Maritime Provinces of Canada: a sluice gate in a dyke, which allows water draining from the land to flow out but does not allow sea water to enter.

Origen

Early 19th century. From Canadian French aboteau, aboiteau, apparently ultimately from Middle French bot elevated bank of a canal, dyke + -eau, suffix, probably via a French regional (western) intermediary.