Mylot by Definition?

@Talknpen (1843)
United States
April 28, 2016 4:54pm CST
In Wikipedia, the word lot has a lot of references. Here are a few: - lot (unit), a unit of mass. - Land lot, an area of land . - Parking lot, for automobiles. - lot (biblical person), a person mentioned in the biblical Book of Genesis. - Language of thought, a philosophical hypothesis. Ever wondered why Mylot may have its name? Check out the definitions and take your pick.
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@imravi (2177)
• India
28 Apr
I'll go with the fifth option that is language of thought....just a thoght...
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@Talknpen (1843)
• United States
28 Apr
Hi ravi madaan. I was thinking that too.
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@imravi (2177)
• India
28 Apr
@Talknpen Hi! Yeah it should be that one.....
@Talknpen (1843)
• United States
28 Apr
@imravi I agree.
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• United States
28 Apr
I see us as a wonderful group of people connecting across miles and varying degrees of intellectual and fun stimulation
@Talknpen (1843)
• United States
28 Apr
Hi Erica. I see it that way too. I like your definition. He he he.
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