lote

noun \ ˈlōt \
variants: or lotebush or less commonly lotibush or lotewood \ˈlōt‧wu̇d\

Definition of lote

plural lotes or lotebushes
1 : a low spiny shrub (Condalia obtusifolia) of Mexico and southern Texas having edible fruit and roots from which a soap substitute is made called also Texas buckthorn
2 : jujube 2

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Origin and Etymology of lote

origin unknown


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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of lote


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