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loti

noun lo·ti \ˈlō-tē\
plural ma·lo·ti \mə-ˈlō-tē\

Definition of LOTI

— see money table

Origin of LOTI

Sesotho, literally, mountain, probably from the Maloti Mountains, Lesotho
First Known Use: 1980

Rhymes with LOTI

Loti

biographical name Lo·ti \lō-ˈtē, l-\

Definition of LOTI

Pierre 1850–1923 pseud. of Louis-Marie-Julien Viaud Fr. naval officer & nov.

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