Origin of tot1
Definition for tot (2 of 3)
verb (used with or without object), tot·ted, tot·ting.
Origin of tot2
Related formsun·tot·ted, adjective
Definition for tot (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for tot
Here's hoping Pauly D waits a few years before popping his tot in a tanning bed.‘Blue Is the Warmest Color’ Feud Heats Up, Jeremy Piven May Be Delaying ‘Entourage’ Film|Culture Team|October 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Charles et al didn't just tot up how much members of each racial group spent.
Quot homines, tot sententiae, so many men, so many minds: that which thou condemnest he commends.The Anatomy of Melancholy|Democritus Junior
This singer had so droll an expression on his face that Tot yelled with rapture, and Dot found herself laughing heartily.
Rapport der heeren Gecommitteerden tot de petitien van de Raad van State en deser provincie finances.The Medallic History of the United States of America 1776-1876|J. F. Loubat, LL.D.
This was gratefully appreciated by Dot and Tot, for they had left their hats in the boat and wore only their golden crowns.
Now a Council is nothing to a tot of four; just a man or two, standing around.Gadsby|Ernest Vincent Wright