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totemite

[ toh-tuh-mahyt ]
/ ˈtoʊ təˌmaɪt /
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noun
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Origin of totemite

First recorded in 1900–05; totem + -ite1
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How to use totemite in a sentence

  • Then the master of the ceremonies rubs the stomach of each totemite with the little stones, and says, "You have eaten much food."

    Anthropology|Robert Marett
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