a combining form meaning “entire,” “entirely,” used in the formation of compound words: totipalmation.
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How to use toti- in a sentence
Rex militibus, liberis hominibus, et toti communitati comitatus Wygorni tam intra libertates quam extra, salutem.
And in life his faith is this: Nec sibi sed toti genitum se credere mundo.The Essence of Christianity | Ludwig Feuerbach
Custumal of Bleadon, 257: 'Invenit fabrum pro ferdello domino et toti villae.'Villainage in England | Paul Vinogradoff
Tutti—(derived from totus, toti, Latin—all)—a direction signifying that all performers are to take part.Music Notation and Terminology | Karl W. Gehrkens
Nec sibi, sed toti genitum se credere mundo—To think that he was born not for himself alone, but for the whole world.