cot or cote

  • 1 Côt — Malbec Trauben mit ihrer typisch intensiven Farbe. Das Foto entstand im Napa Valley in Kalifornien. Der Malbec ist eine alte französische rote Rebsorte. Früher wurde er in 30 Départements angebaut, weshalb fast 400 Namen für ihn im Gebrauch waren …

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  • 2 Cot — (k[o^]t), n. [OE. cot, cote, AS. cot, cote, cottage; akin to D. & Icel. kot, G. koth, kot, kothe. Cf. {Coat}.] 1. A small house; a cottage or hut. [1913 Webster] The sheltered cot, the cultivated farm. Goldsmith. [1913 Webster] 2. A pen, coop, or …

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  • 3 cot — Ⅰ. cot [1] ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a small bed with high barred sides for a baby or very young child. ORIGIN Hindi, bedstead, hammock . Ⅱ. cot [2] ► NOUN 1) a small shelter for livestock …

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  • 4 cote — ► NOUN ▪ a shelter for mammals or birds, especially pigeons. ORIGIN Old English, related to COT(Cf. ↑cot) …

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  • 5 cot|ti|er — «KOT ee uhr», noun. 1. Especially British. a person who lives in a cottage; cottager. 2. (formerly) an Irish peasant who rented land directly from its owner, the amount of rent being fixed by public competition. ╂[< Old French cottier <… …

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  • 6 Coté Soler — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Cote Soler (n. Vigo en 1976) es un actor español. Contenido 1 Filmografía 1.1 Cine 1.1.1 Largometrajes 1.1 …

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  • 7 cote — pronounced like coat, is another form of the Old English word cot given in the preceding entry. It is most commonly used in dovecote, meaning ‘a shelter for doves’, and also occurs occasionally in other forms such as sheep cote and swine cote… …

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  • 8 Cot — Un nom fréquent dans le nord de la Catalogne, qui peut signifier pierre, rocher (latin cote), mais qui la plupart du temps est un diminutif par aphérèse de Nicolas (Nicot) ou de Jacques (Jacquot). Le nom se rencontre aussi dans l Aveyron et le… …

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  • 9 cot — cot1 [kät] n. [Anglo Ind < Hindi khāṭ < Sans kháṭvā] 1. a narrow, collapsible bed, as one made of canvas or plastic sheeting on a frame that can be folded up 2. Brit. a baby s crib cot2 [kät] n. [ME & OE, cottage, hut, lit., covered place;… …

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  • 10 cot|ta — «KOT uh», noun. 1. = surplice. (Cf. ↑surplice) 2. a short surplice with short sleeves or none, worn chiefly by choristers. ╂[< Medieval Latin cotta, perhaps < Old French cote coat] …

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  • 11 Cote — (k[=o]t), n. [See 1st {Cot}.] 1. A cottage or hut. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. A shed, shelter, or inclosure for small domestic animals, as for sheep or doves. [1913 Webster] Watching where shepherds pen their flocks, at eve, In hurdled cotes.… …

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  • 12 cote — O.E. cote, fem. of cot (pl. cotu) small house, bedchamber, den (see COTTAGE (Cf. cottage)). Applied to buildings for animals from early 15c …

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  • 13 coté — Coté, [cot]ée. part …

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  • 14 cot — 1. n. 1 Brit. a small bed with high sides, esp. for a baby or very young child. 2 a hospital bed. 3 US a small folding bed. 4 Ind. a light bedstead. 5 Naut. a kind of swinging bed hung from deck beams, formerly used by officers. Phrases and… …

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  • 15 cot — {{11}}cot (1) small bed, 1630s, from Hindi khat couch, hammock, from Skt. khatva, probably from a Dravidian source (Cf. Tamil kattil bedstead ). {{12}}cot (2) hut, cottage; see COTE (Cf. cote) …

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  • 16 Côte — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Cet article possède des paronymes, voir : Cote, Cotte, Kot et Cot …

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  • 17 cot — I [[t]kɒt[/t]] n. 1) fur a light portable bed, esp. one of canvas on a folding frame 2) fur brit. Brit. a child s crib 3) fur a light bedstead • Etymology: 1625–35; < Hindi khāṭ (cf. Prakrit khaṭṭā, Skt khaṭvā); akin to Tamil kattil bedstead… …

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  • 18 cote — I [[t]koʊt[/t]] n. 1) a coop or shed for sheep, pigs, pigeons, etc 2) brit. Brit. Dial. cottage • Etymology: bef. 1050; ME, OE cote (fem.; cf. cot II) II cote [[t]koʊt[/t]] v. t. Obs. to pass by • Etymology: 1565–75; orig. uncert …

    From formal English to slang

  • 19 cote — n. a shelter, esp. for animals or birds; a shed or stall (sheep cote). Etymology: OE f. Gmc, rel. to COT(2) …

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  • 20 cote — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English Date: before 12th century 1. dialect England cot I,1 2. a shed or coop for small domestic animals and especially pigeons II. transitive verb Etymology: probably from Middle French cotoyer …

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