"Kipper's" rig-out must have totted up to a tidy little sum.
Comparisons of form are more accurate and reliable when the worst hole is eliminated, than when all eighteen are totted up.
These were totted up at the end of the week, and then and there settled.
totted them up to reach the total he had affirmed—certainly eighteen, possibly twenty-one.
Philosophical truth is no sum in arithmetic to be totted up so that the answer is thus formally and finally correct or incorrect.
The Squire would shout to her to spare him a quarter of an hour in the study to see if he had totted up his accounts right.
When he totted it all up together he found that he was affluent.
He was not brilliant at figures, but he totted up his numbers again with the same result.
"little child," 1725, Scottish, of uncertain origin, perhaps a shortened form of totter, or related to Old Norse tottr, nickname of a dwarf (cf. Swedish tutte "little child," Danish tommel-tot "little child," in which the first element means "thumb").
"to reckon up," 1760, from tot (n.), first recorded 1680s, short for total.