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  1. Lote(noun)

    a large tree (Celtis australis), found in the south of Europe. It has a hard wood, and bears a cherrylike fruit. Called also nettle tree

  2. Lote(noun)

    the European burbot

  3. Lote(verb)

    to lurk; to lie hid

  4. Origin: [L. lotus, Gr. . Cf. Lotus.]


  1. Lote, Norway

    Lote is a village in the municipality of Eid in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway. The population of Lote was 132. The village is located about 8 kilometres southeast of the village of Nordfjordeid and about 13 kilometres northwest of Sandane in Gloppen Municipality. The 2.9-kilometre Lote Tunnel is a tunnel along the European route E39 that goes through a mountain north of Lote. The tunnel connects Lote with the rest of Eid municipality.

Anagrams of LOTE »

  1. ELOT

  2. Leto

  3. tole


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