Cotenant

Co*ten"ant

(k?-t?n"ant), n. A tenant in common, or a joint tenant.
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Co`te*rie"

(k?`te-r?"; 277), n. [F., prob. from OF. coterie servile tenure, fr. colier cotter; of German origin. See 1st Cot.] A set or circle of persons who meet familiarly, as for social, literary, or other purposes; a clique. "The queen of your coterie." Thackeray.
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