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Rota

[roh-tuh]
Rota 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

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