- Lots, ou, et mieux lods et ventes, Fructus aduentitij praediorum, Obuentiones fundi censualis, Bud. voyez Vente.
Thresor de la langue françoyse. Jean Nicot.
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Lots — has several meanings:*Lottery *Drawing lots *Legion (demon), the Gadarene demon, sometimes called Lots *Arabian Parts or Arabic parts or Lots, such as the Lot of Fortune, which are astrological points used for prediction *Dice *Antique Russian… … Wikipedia
lots — [läts] adv. a great deal; very much: considered somewhat informal by some [lots happier] * * * … Universalium
lots — [läts] adv. a great deal; very much: considered somewhat informal by some [lots happier] … English World dictionary
LOTS — Biblical Data The Bible records the practice of casting lots as a means of arriving at decisions on a variety of problems. These may be grouped into two main categories: (a) the selection of one or more members from a group; the division of goods … Encyclopedia of Judaism
lots — /lɒts/ (say lots) plural noun 1. Colloquial a large quantity or number: lots of money; lots of dollars. –adverb 2. (an intensifier): it s lots faster to travel by plane … Australian English dictionary
lots — 1. noun A lot; a great deal; tons; loads. The men cast lots. 2. adverb A great deal; greatly; very much; tons; loads; … Wiktionary
lots — In the context of general equities, this blocks or portions of trade. Can express a specific transaction in a stock at a certain time, often implying execution at the same price ( e.g., I traded 40m in two lots of 10 and four lots of 5. ).… … Financial and business terms
lots — n. to cast, draw lots * * * draw lots to cast … Combinatory dictionary
lots — adverb Etymology: plural of 1lot Date: 1891 much < feeling lots better > … New Collegiate Dictionary
lots — See lots, heaps … Dictionary of problem words and expressions