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C olitorius
Gunny Gun"ny, n., Gunny cloth Gun"ny cloth` [Hind. gon, gon?,, a sack, sacking.] A strong, coarse kind of sacking, made from the fibers (called jute) of two plants of the genus Corchorus (C. olitorius and C. capsularis), of India. The fiber is also used in the manufacture of cordage. Gunny bag, a sack made of gunny, used for coarse commodities.
Corchorus olitorius
Jute Jute (j[=u]t), n. [Hind. j[=u]t, Skr. j[=u][.t]a matted hair; cf. ja[.t]a matted hair, fibrous roots.] The coarse, strong fiber of the East Indian Corchorus olitorius, and C. capsularis; also, the plant itself. The fiber is much used for making mats, gunny cloth, cordage, hangings, paper, etc.
Corchorus olitorius
Tat Tat, n. [Hind. t[=a]t.] Gunny cloth made from the fiber of the Corchorus olitorius, or jute. [India]

Meaning of litorius from wikipedia

- litorius (died 439) was a roman general of the closing period of the western roman empire serving mainly in gaul under magister militum flavius aetius
- 437, when the roman magister militum litorius arrived with a force of huns and the gallic field army. litorius surprised the visigoths and routed their
- king of the goths, as amb****ador to the roman generals flavius aëtius and litorius in 439 ('vita s. orientii' in 'acta ss.', i may, 61). the commonitorium
- christian monk and saint (d. 532) isaac, patriarch of armenia (b. 338) litorius, general of the western roman empire sima maoying, empress of the liu song
- obtain access to the mediterranean sea and the roads to the pyrenees. but litorius, with the aid of the huns, could prevent the capture of the city and drove
- dives muci**** • marcus licinius cr****us • lucius licinius luculluslitoriuslucullus • muci**** • quintus ligariusmarcus livius salinator • marcus
- canonically erected on 8 december 1876. st. gati**** ca 249-301 st. litorius 338-370 st. martin 371-397 st. bricius 397-443 st. eustochius 443-460 st
- and jovian  ? – 419: flavius gaudentius 425–433: flavius aetius 435-439: litorius 452–456: agrippinus 456–461: aegidius 461/462: agrippinus  ? - 472: bilimer