Cote (only in the plur. אֲוֵרוֹת, averoth', by transposition for אֻרָווֹת, racks for fodder), properly cribs; hence pens, or enclosures for flocks (2Ch 32:28, where, instead of "cotes for flocks," the original has "flocks for [the] cotes"). SEE SHEEP-COTE; SEE DOVE-COTE.

Definition of cote

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