noun, plural O·tos, (especially collectively) O·to.
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He informed us, that it is in such high request amongst the Oto Indians, that a horse has been exchanged for eight or ten of them.
Swim (v), ni̍huan (an French); same word as in the Oto language.
Mr. Bodmer took the portraits of an Omaha and an Oto Indian.
Near the mouth of Gasconade River we met the Oto steam-boat.
Ietan, an Oto, of whom we have before spoken, visited us to-day for the purpose of getting two gun-locks mended.Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume XIV|Edwin James