[ koh-tuhl-uh, kuh- ]
/ koʊˈtʌl ə, kə- /
noun, plural co·tul·ae [koh-tuhl-tuhl-ee, kuh-]. /koʊˈtʌlˈtʌl i, kə-/.
(in prescriptions) a measure.
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Origin of cotula
1570–80; <Latin <Greek kotýlē cup; see cotyloid
Words nearby cotula
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Example sentences from the Web for cotula
From dried flowers of Anthemio cotula, as infusion of chamomiles.