Lettice, lota, and little baby Joy must not grow up 'little rustics.'
As we advance, the woods of lota and Dunkettle unite in one fine mass.
I still kept thinking and picturing her face—lota Hyde's—when she noticed the mate.
These particular rose-cakes were the best lota had ever made.
The Nirmohi carry a lota or brass vessel and a little cup, in which they receive alms.
Pike were also taken in the net, and a species of burbot (Gadus lota).
The week began with Sunday, which was always a dull day, because lota was forbidden to go into the garden.
Had that lota fallen, what a dire omen would it have been to him!
It is not strange that lota, who really spelt very nicely for a little girl of her age, should have been shocked.
I asked of the Belha who presented me with a lota of water for the purposes of ablution.