noun, plural O·tos, (especially collectively) O·to.
Origin of oto-
Examples from the Web for oto
Oto had drawn a piece of paper from his pocket and was absorbed in tracing a diagram of a sea-fight.
(Oto and Missouri I.) "To cross something from one to another."
Mllhausen remained with the Oto until the temporary camp was abandoned, then returned with them to their permanent village.Villages of the Algonquian, Siouan, and Caddoan Tribes West of the Mississippi|David Ives Bushnell
Oto was everywhere, with his savage little ship, launching his torpedoes at the biggest vessels of the enemy.
Oto Kawakami, the husband of Sada-Yakko, was the pioneer of that school.A Fantasy of Far Japan|Baron Kencho Suyematsu