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rota

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[ roh-tuh ]
/ 藞ro蕣 t蓹 /
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noun
Chiefly British.
  1. a round or rotation of duties; a period of work or duty taken in rotation with others.
  2. an agenda or circuit of sporting events, as a round of golf tournaments, played in different localities throughout the year.
a roster.
(initial capital letter)Roman Catholic Church.Official name Sa路cra Ro路ma路na Ro路ta [sah-kruhroh-mah-nuh-roh-tuh] /藞s蓱 kr蓹 ro蕣藞m蓱 n蓹 藞ro蕣 t蓹/ or Sa路cred Ro路man Ro路ta . the ecclesiastical tribunal in Rome, constituting the court of final appeal.
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Origin of rota

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First recorded in 1650鈥60; from Latin: 鈥渨heel鈥

Other definitions for rota (2 of 3)

rota2
[ roh-tuh ]
/ 藞ro蕣 t蓹 /

noun

Other definitions for rota (3 of 3)

Rota
[ raw-tah ]
/ 藞r蓴 t蓱 /

noun
Ni路no [nee-naw], /藞ni n蓴/, 1911鈥1979, Italian composer.
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British Dictionary definitions for rota (1 of 2)

rota
/ (藞r蓹蕣t蓹) /

noun
mainly British a register of names showing the order in which people take their turn to perform certain duties

Word Origin for rota

C17: from Latin: a wheel

British Dictionary definitions for rota (2 of 2)

Rota
/ (藞r蓹蕣t蓹) /

noun
RC Church the supreme ecclesiastical tribunal for judging cases brought before the Holy See
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