verb (used with object), coted, coting. Obsolete.
to pass by; outstrip; surpass.
(dialect, mainly Brit) a small cottage
(transitive) (archaic) to pass by, outstrip, or surpass
Old English cote, fem. of cot (plural cotu) “small house, bedchamber, den” (see cottage). Applied to buildings for animals from early 15c.
cathodal opening tetanus
[koh-ting-guh, kuh-] /koʊˈtɪŋ gə, kə-/ noun 1. any of several songbirds constituting the family Cotingidae of chiefly tropical New World regions. /kəˈtɪŋɡə/ noun 1. any tropical American passerine bird of the family Cotingidae, such as the umbrella bird and the cock-of-the-rock, having a broad slightly hooked bill Also called chatterer
/ˈkɒtmən/ noun 1. John Sell. 1782–1842, English landscape watercolourist and etcher
[kuh-toh-nee-as-ter, kot-n-ee-ster] /kəˌtoʊ niˈæs tər, ˈkɒt nˌi stər/ noun 1. any of various shrubs or small trees belonging to the genus Cotoneaster, of the rose family, having white or pink flowers and bearing a red or black, berrylike fruit, grown as an ornamental. /kəˌtəʊnɪˈæstə/ noun 1. any Old World shrub of the rosaceous genus Cotoneaster: […]
[koh-tuh-noo] /ˌkoʊ təˈnu/ noun 1. a seaport in SE Benin. /ˌkəʊtəˈnuː/ noun 1. the chief port and official capital of Benin, on the Bight of Benin. Pop: 891 000 (2005 est)