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File:Nelumbo lutea blossom.jpeg

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From Latin lōtus

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Singular
Lotus

Plural
lotuses

Lotus (plural lotuses)
  1. A kind of aquatic plant, genus Nelumbo.
  2. A water lily, genus Nymphaea, especially those of Egypt or India.
  3. A legendary plant eaten by the Lotophagi of the Odyssey that caused drowsiness and euphoria.
  4. A number of other plants bearing "lotus" in their scientific or common names.
  5. An architectural motif of ancient Egyptian temples.

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From Latin lōtus

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  • IPA: /lɔ.tys/

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Lotus m. (plural Lotuses)

  1. lotus

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Perfect passive participle of lavō (wash).

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Patrono:La-perfect participle

  1. washed, bathed, having been washed
  2. elegant, luxurious
  3. fashionable, refined
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Patrono:La-decl-1&2

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lōtus (genitive lōtūs); m, fourth declension

  1. a washing, bathing
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Patrono:La-decl-4th

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Variant form of lōtos, from Ancient Greek λωτός (lōtos).

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lōtus (genitive lōtī); m, second declension

  1. The Egyptian lotus flower, Nymphaea caerulea
  2. The date-plum, Diospyros lotus
  3. The mythical lotus tree, possibly Ziziphus lotus
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Patrono:La-decl-2nd

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From Latin lōtus

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  • IPA: [ˈlotus]

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Lotus m. (plural lotuşi)

  1. lotus

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