noun, plural da·tos [dah-tohz; Spanish dah-taws] /ˈdɑ toʊz; Spanish ˈdɑ tɔs/,
Origin of dato
Examples from the Web for dato
He salaamed before the dato and, without a glance at the others, bounded up the trail, away into the jungle.
Dato Kali Pandapatan scorned to report Sicto to the authorities.
They punish crime according to certain traditional laws, the dato being judge.
Dato Ynoch raised his hand for silence and turned toward the waiting populace.
The classes of people mentioned in that early age by our brother Plassencia (besides that of chief or dato) are three, as follows.The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 - Volume 40 of 55|Francisco Colin