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Eric Kot (born 1966), a Chinese actor Keepers of Tradition, an expansion of the trading card game Vampire: The Eternal Struggle Kot, a Polish surname Lagwan language, a Chadic language spoken in northern Cameroon and southwestern Chad The King of Town, a character in the Flash web cartoon series Homestar Runner; see List of Homestar Runner characters

Afghanistan Kot District, Nangarhar Province Armenia Kot, an ancient settlement in modern-day Nerkin Getashen, Armenia China Kowloon Tong Station, a MTR subway station in Hong Kong, China India Kot, Agra, a village in Agra district Uttar Pradesh Kot, Fatehpur, Uttar Pradesh Pakistan Kot Diji, an archaeological site on the Indus River Kot Lakhpat is a residential and industrial area in Lahore, Punjab Kot Rajput, a town in Lahore District, Punjab Kot Sabzal, a town in Bahawalpur District, Punjab Kot, Swat, a hill station in northern Pakistan Poland Kot, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship Slovenia Kot, a village in the Municipality of Ig, central Slovenia Kot (valley), a valley in the Julian Alps, northwestern Slovenia Kot, Lendava, a village in the Municipality of Lendava, northeastern Slovenia Kot na Pohorju, a village in the Municipality of Slovenska Bistrica, northeastern Slovenia Kot ob Kolpi, a village in the Municipality of rnomelj, southeastern Slovenia Kot pri Damlju, a village in the Municipality of rnomelj, southeastern Slovenia Kot pri Prevaljah, a village in the Municipality of Prevalje, northern Slovenia Kot pri Rakitnici, a village in the Municipality of Ribnica, southern Slovenia Kot pri Ribnici, a village in the Municipality of Ribnica, southern Slovenia Kot pri Veliki Slevici, a village in the Municipality of Velike Lae, southeastern Slovenia

Although its literal meaning is cat, the surname origin is probably Polish mediaeval name of a person who starts settling people in a village or in a town. The first mention of the name was in the 13th century. The Kot family uses the Doliwa, Pilawa, Rola, or Kot Morski coat of arms.

Igor Kot (born 1980), Russian football player Jakub Kot (born 1990), Polish ski jumper Karol Kot (19461968), Polish serial killer Maciej Kot (born 1991), Polish ski jumper (brother of Jakub) Stanisaw Kot (18851975), a Polish scientist and politician, member of the Polish Government in Exile Tomasz Kot (born 1977), Polish actor Wincenty Kot (c. 1395 1448) Archbishop of Gniezno and Primate of Poland, vice-cancellarius regni Poloniae.

Total Population 8,08,438 Persons Location on Google Map N 30 28' 34 E 70 57' 52 Total Area 8,77,989 Acres Area under Cultivation 4,24,521 The city contains a total of 29 Union councils, which are listed below. 1.cha larr wala 2.BAIT QAIMWALA 3.BHARRI HOG 4.BUDH 5.CHAK NO.547/TDA 6.CHAK NO.565/TDA 7.CHAK NO.632/TDA 8.CHOWK SARWAR SHAHEED 9.D.D.PANNAH 10.DOGAR KALASRA 11.GHAZI GHATT 12.HINJRAI 13.IHSANPUR 14.KOT ADU NO 2 15.KOT ADU NO. 1 16.KOT ADU NO.3 17.MANHAN SHARIF 18.MEHMOOD KOT 19.MIRPUR BHAGAL 20.PATAL MONDA 21.PATTAL KOT ADU 22.PATTI GHULAM ALI 23.SANAWAN 24.SHADI KHAN MONDA 25.SHEIKH UMER 26.THATHA GURMANI 27.U.C.22 GUJRAT 28.WAHANDUR 29.PIRHAR 30.NoorShah 31 Basti Sirai

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