otto

[ ot-oh ]
/ ˈɒt oʊ /

noun

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Otto
[ ot-oh; German awt-oh ]
/ ˈɒt oʊ; German ˈɔt oʊ /

noun

a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “rich.”

Definition for otto (3 of 6)

Otto I

noun

the Great,a.d. 912–973, king of the Germans 936–973; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 962–973.

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Otto II

noun

a.d. 955–983, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 973–983 (son of Otto I).

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Otto III

noun

a.d. 980–1002, king of Germany 983–1002; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 996–1002 (son of Otto II).

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Otto IV

noun

c1175–1218, king of Germany 1208–15; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1209–15.
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British Dictionary definitions for otto (1 of 4)

otto
/ (ˈɒtəʊ) /

noun

another name for attar

British Dictionary definitions for otto (2 of 4)

Otto
/ (German ˈɔto) /

noun

Rudolf (ˈruːdɔlf). 1869–1937, German theologian: his best-known work is The Idea of the Holy (1923)

British Dictionary definitions for otto (3 of 4)

Otto IV

noun

?1175–1218. German king and Holy Roman Emperor (1198–1215): invaded S Italy (1210) but was later (1214) defeated by France and deposed

British Dictionary definitions for otto (4 of 4)

Otto I

Otho I

/ (ˈɒtəʊ) /

noun

called the Great. 912–73 ad, king of Germany (936–73); Holy Roman Emperor (962–73)
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