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cote

noun \ ˈkōt , ˈkät \

Definition of cote

1 dialectal, England :1cot 1
2 :a shed or coop for small domestic animals and especially pigeons

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Origin and Etymology of cote

Middle English, from Old English

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cote

verb \ ˈkōt \

Definition of cote

transitive verb
obsolete
:to pass by

Origin and Etymology of cote

probably from Middle French cotoyer


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