loti

noun
lo·​ti | \ ˈlō-tē \
plural maloti\ mə-​ˈlō-​tē \

Definition of loti

 (Entry 1 of 2)

the basic monetary unit of Lesotho — see Money Table

Loti

biographical name
Lo·​ti | \ lō-ˈtē, lȯ-\

Definition of Loti (Entry 2 of 2)

Pierre 1850–1923 pseudonym of Louis-Marie-Julien Viaud French naval officer and novelist

First Known Use of loti

Noun

1979, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for loti

Noun

Sesotho, literally, mountain, probably from the Maloti Mountains, Lesotho

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