noun, plural ko·tos, ko·to.
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Origin of koto
Examples from the Web for koto
She took the title after fellow Japanese Koto Okubo passed away on Jan. 12, 2013, at the age of 115 years and 19 days.
Koto was looking at me wide-eyed, and I saw that his interest was as keen as my own.
But you know there was another fire out Koto way last night, and it spoiled some lovely trees.The Girl Scouts at Sea Crest|Lillian Garis
A Malay man and woman taken by our people report that the enemy thirteen days ago had proceeded two days march beyond Koto Tuggoh.The History of Sumatra|William Marsden
I felt that Koto's chances of getting back to us were one in a thousand.
Behind it shadows were moving—shadows of women;—and suddenly the music of a koto rippled into the night.The Romance of the Milky Way|Lafcadio Hearn