Definition of Lingot. Meaning of Lingot. Synonyms of Lingot

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Definition of Lingot

Lingot
Lingot Lin"got (l[i^][ng]"g[o^]t), n. A linget or ingot; also, a mold for casting metals. See Linget.
lingot
Linget Lin"get (l[i^][ng]"g[e^]t), n. [F. lingot, perh. fr. L. lingua tongue (see Tongue). Cf. Ingot.] An ingot. [Written also lingot.]

Meaning of Lingot from wikipedia

- Tristan le Roux (1850) Trois Hommes forts (1850) Histoire de la loterie du lingot d'or (1851) Diane de Lys (1851) Le Régent Mustel (1852) Contes et Nouvelles...
- twenty million (20,008,813) coins dated "L1935B" with the "L" indicating "lingot" or bullion and the "B" indicating the Bern mint, were re-struck in 1945...
- All c****oulets are made with white beans (french: haricots blancs or lingots), duck or goose confit, sausages, and additional meat. In the c****oulet...
- engage its users. It features a reward system in which users acquire "lingots", an in-game currency that they can spend on features such as character...
- OCCRP, El Pitazo and. "Plunging Venezuela into the Dark". OCCRP. "Les lingots d'or de Jean-Marie Le Pen cachés en Suisse". 27 April 2015 – via www.lematin...
- is made from pork and pig's liver with a local variety of white beans (Lingots de Castelnaudary) flavoured with garigue herbs. On the coast, eel stew...
- Retrieved 2012-09-27. L'Or et l'Argent. "La Vera Valor, la pièce d'or " lingot " la plus sÊcurisÊe du monde". Loretlargent.info. Retrieved 2012-09-27...
- (édredon) frambuesa (framboise) fusil grosella (groseille) jefe (chef) lingote (lingot) marmota (marmotte) muselina (mousseline) pantalón pingüino (pingouin) silueta...
- the Canal du Midi). It is also famous for its dried haricot beans, the lingots de Lauragais, used in c****oulet. This region is also famous for its history...
- decoy" leurrer lice "lists, tiltyard" lie "dregs, lye of wine" lige "liege" lingot "ingot" lingotière lippe "lip, pout" lippée lippu lippée "a mouthful, a...
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