noun, plural O·to·mis, (especially collectively) O·to·mi for 1.
Origin of Otomi
Examples from the Web for otomi
More has been written on the Otomi than any other language of these parts; the proper Mexican not excepted.
For further criticism see the remarks on the Otomi language.
The following table, the result of a very limited collation gives some miscellaneous affinities for the Otomi.
Two years before, just as my work was ending, we were in the great Otomi town of Huixquilucan, in the state of Mexico.In Indian Mexico (1908)|Frederick Starr
A great complication in the philological ethnography, is introduced by the Otomi dialects.