noun, plural Ba·su·tos, (especially collectively) Ba·su·to.
Examples from the Web for basuto
"I believe it was some fellow in the Basuto War," he said, prevaricating with peculiar awkwardness.Smith and the Pharaohs, and Other Tales|Henry Rider Haggard
Now the Christian schools of Basuto number thousands of pupils.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd
It is not always healthy to adopt the latter plan, especially if your "boy" happens to be a Basuto or a Zulu.
The other cattle are driven leisurely along, the herds lustily singing the Basuto wedding song.Basutoland|Minnie Martin
Two thousand Basuto warriors had been killed, cattle had been carried off, native homes had been broken up and crops destroyed.The Accumulation of Capital|Rosa Luxemburg