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lote m. (Noun) "lot"
19th cent. Borrowed from French lot 'id.' From Frankish *hlot "allotment." From Proto-Germanic *hluti- "share," derived from the verb *hleutan- "to obtain by lot." Of uncertain origin.
Indo-European
Germanic
Old Norse hlutr "lot," Old High German hluz "lot," Old English hlot (English lot)