noun, plural bo·tos.
Examples from the Web for boto
The chief one is a votive picture commissioned by one Boto da Maraglia who had been taken prisoner by the French but released.Great Masters in Painting: Perugino|George C. Williamson
These two, who may be linked up with reason with Boto and Ponchielli, present many features of resemblance.
Boto, in his setting, sounds Goethe's drama to greater depths than Gounod.The Complete Opera Book|Gustav Kobb
It appeared in Italia of the day after the performance, at which, it may be mentioned, Boto applauded vigorously from a box.
Boto's "Mefistofele" belongs of course to a subsequent period.Masters of French Music|Arthur Hervey