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loti

[ loh-tee ]
/ ˈloʊ ti /
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noun, plural ma·lo·ti [mah-loh-tee]. /mɑˈloʊ ti/.

a cupronickel coin, paper money, and monetary unit of Lesotho, equal to 100 lisente.

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Loti
[ law-tee ]
/ lɔˈti /

noun

Pierre [pyer], /pyɛr/, Louis Marie Julien Viaud, 1850–1923, French novelist.
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British Dictionary definitions for loti

loti
/ (ˈləʊtɪ, ˈluːtɪ) /

noun plural maloti (məˈləʊtɪ, -ˈluːtɪ)

the standard monetary unit of Lesotho, divided into 100 lisente
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