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Dote

n.1.A marriage portion. [Obs.] See 1st Dot, n.
2.Natural endowments.
v. i.1.To act foolishly.
[imp. & p. p. Doted; p. pr. & vb. n. Doting.]
He wol make him doten anon right.
- Chaucer.
2.To be weak-minded, silly, or idiotic; to have the intellect impaired, especially by age, so that the mind wanders or wavers; to drivel.
3.To be excessively or foolishly fond; to love to excess; to be weakly affectionate; - with on or upon; as, the mother dotes on her child.
Sing, siren, for thyself, and I will dote.
- Shak.
What dust we dote on, when 't is man we love.
- Pope.
n.1.An imbecile; a dotard.
Verb1.dote - be foolish or senile due to old age
2.dote - shower with love; show excessive affection for; "Grandmother dotes on her the twins"

DOTE, Span. law. The property which the wife gives to the husband on account of marriage.
     2. It is divided into adventitia and profectitia; the former is the dote which the father or grandfather, or other of the ascendants in the direct paternal line, give of their own property to the husband; the latter (adventitia) is that property which the wife gives to the husband, or that which is given to him for her by her mother, or her collateral relations, or a stranger. Aso & Man. Inst. B. 1, t. 7, c . 1, Sec. i.

adore, babble, be fond of, be insane, be stupid, blather, blither, burble, dither, drivel, drool, enjoy, fancy, have a demon, hold dear, idolize, like, love, make much of, maunder, rage, ramble, rant, rave, run amok, run mad, slaver, slobber, spoil, wander, worship
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