noun, plural O·to·mis, (especially collectively) O·to·mi for 1.
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How to use Otomi in a sentence
While resting at midday, I noticed a neatly-dressed and clean young indian, plainly not Otomi, with whom I conversed.
Two years before, just as my work was ending, we were in the great Otomi town of Huixquilucan, in the state of Mexico.
It would be pleasant to have faith in President Diaz' solution of the Otomi problem, but to me it seems doubtful.
Another Otomi cacique who played a similar though less conspicuous part was Fernando de Tapia.The Colonization of North America|Herbert Eugene Bolton
At the first Otomi portrait, he had said: "Ah, sir, but my schools will change the Otomis."