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Verb Edit


  1. inflection of plotten:
    1. singular past indicative
    2. (dated or formal) singular past/present subjunctive

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Etymology Edit

From Old French pelote (small ball), from Vulgar Latin *pilotta, diminutive of Latin pila (ball).

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Noun Edit

plotte f (plural plottes)

  1. (Quebec, vulgar, slang) a vulva, a vagina
  2. (Louisiana, Cajun) a ball; a football

Norwegian Bokmål Edit

Verb Edit

plotte (imperative plott, present tense plotter, passive plottes, simple past and past participle plotta or plottet, present participle plottende)

  1. to plot (e.g. a position or course on a chart)

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