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dote: to act or talk foolishly Err. IV. iv. 60, Ven. 1059; to be excessively fond or in love Gent. IV. iv. 89, Ham. V. ii. 197. Ven. 837; hence doter, fond lover LLL. IV. iii. 260, doting, fond R3 IV. iv. 301, Lucr. 1064.
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