noun, plural pe·tos, (especially collectively) pe·to.
Origin of peto
Examples from the Web for peto
Birrell having made cheery speech on situation generally, Peto rose with amiable intention of continuing debate.
I have no brothers or sisters, but I have two dogs, Lassie and Peto.
Peto laboureth busylier than a bee in the setting forth of this book.The Reign of Henry the Eighth, Volume 1 (of 3)|James Anthony Froude
Messrs. Grissell and Peto contracted for the work at £10,000 per mile.Chronological Retrospect of the History of Yarmouth and Neighbourhood|William Finch-Crisp
Gadshill and Peto were uninteresting plebeians, only to be used when wanted.The Life Of Sir John Falstaff|Robert B. Brough