Definition of Datto

1. a Philippine tribal chief [n -TOS]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Datto

dative
dative-case
dative bond
dative bonds
dative case
dative cases
dative executor
dative of purpose
datively
datives
datives of purpose
dato
datolite
datolites
datos
datto (current term)
dattos
datum
datum circle
datum circles
datum line
datum lines
datum plane
datum planes
datum point
datum points
datum surface
datum surfaces
datums
datura

Literary usage of Datto

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1. The Philippines: A Record of Personal Observations and Experiences by Albert Gardner Robinson (1901)
"... island—Zamboanga—The Calle de la Marina- American occupation of Zamboanga—The request of the people—An official delegation—A letter from a datto ..."

2. The Gems of the East: Sixteen Thousand Miles of Research Travel Among Wild by Arnold Henry Savage Landor (1904)
"Siassi Do. Maibun (near). Personal following of Sultan. datto ... the Sultan of Jolo, the datto- Rajah Muda, the datto Attik, the datto Calbi, and the datto ..."

3. The Philippines: the War and the People: A Record of Personal Observations by Albert Gardner Robinson (1901)
"... island—Zamboanga—The Calle de la Marina— American occupation of Zamboanga—The request of the people—An official delegation—A letter from a datto ..."

4. Oriental America and Its Problems by Theodore Williams Noyes (1903)
"As we awaited the arrival of the interpreter Major Sweet showed the datto and his party a handsome sword (described as an American barong) and a ..."

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