noun, plural O·toes, (especially collectively) O·toe.
noun, plural O·tos, (especially collectively) O·to.
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The first is half Otoe and half Omaha; the second, who is represented sitting, is a full-blood Missouria.
Is an Otoe Indian, though his grandfather belonged to the Iowa tribe.
In the summer of 1873, quite a party of us went to the Otoe reservation to see just how the Indians lived.Collection of Nebraska Pioneer Reminiscences|Nebraska Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
It is a tract of land that was given to the Otoe Indians in 1854, but one-half was sold five years ago.
The Otoe Indian reservation lies but a mile south-east of Wymore.