[ roh-t uh ]
may refer to:
Rota , a popular company known for manufacturing both OEM and aftermarket wheels for vehicles.
Rota , the feminine form of the Chilean term roto
Róta, a Valkyrie in Norse mythology, who chose those who were about to die on the battle-field
Rota (architecture), a cylinder, open on one side, that was built inside a wall of a monastery; it was used for exchanging mail and food with cloistered clergy, being their only communication with the world
Rota (formation), a military unit in old-time Poland
Rota (music), a name for a type of round, specifically as practiced in England in the 13th and 14th centuries. The term is Latin for "wheel"
Rota (poem), Polish poem and anthem, once proposed to be the Polish national anthem
Rota (schedule) or rosta is a table that shows what times certain things are going to happen and normally is referred to staffs shift times
Rota (The oath), a poem written by Maria Konopnicka, sung to the music by Feliks Nowowiejski
Rota Club, a political club in circa 1702 in London. Its members proposed radical political reform, and the club is mentioned as an enemy of the state in Jonathan Swift's A Tale of a Tub
Rotary International, a service club
Sacra Rota, a tribunal of the Roman Catholic Church
Rota (papal signature), a sign which makes up part of the pope's signature
Rota, a collection of poems by A. W. Yrjänä "ROTA", "Releases Other Than Attack"Places:
Rota (island), the 4th most populated island of the Marianas archipelago.
Rota, Spain, a town in Spain
Naval Station Rota, Spain, the largest U.S. Naval base in Spain
Rota (volcano), volcano in NicaraguaPeople:
Anthony Rota, a Member of Parliament of the Canadian House of Commons
Gian-Carlo Rota, a 20th-century Italian-born American mathematician and philosopher.
Nino Rota, a 20th-century Italian composer Carlo Rota, Canadian chef and actor