What is the definition of the name "Alcott"?

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Alcott is a masculine name of English origin that means 'old cottage'. Some variations on the name are Alcot, Allcot, Allcott and Alkott. It is used in English speaking countries but it is not common.
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Al·cott
[awl-kuht, -kot]
NOUN
1.
U.S. educator and philosopher.
2.
U.S. author.
3.
a male given name.
Source: Dictionary.com
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