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Ott replied that the siege would end before they could starve.Napoleon's Marshals
R. P. Dunn-Pattison
On the sixth Ott left with his army for the Austrian rendezvous.
At ten in the morning Ott came up, and attacked Lannes's flank.
"Gut" is still pronounced ūt or tut, and "fort," okk or ott.The Mind of the Child, Part II
Our friend Ott has accompanied us; he has been to us as eyes in the wilderness.