Definition of Ottos

1. Noun. (plural of otto) ¹



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Definition of Ottos

1. otto [n] - See also: otto

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ottos

otter shrew
ottered
otterhound
ottering
otterless
otterlike
otterpox
otters
otterskin
otterskins
otto of rose
ottoman
ottomans
ottomite
ottomy
ottos (current term)
ottrelite
otwayite
ou
ouabagenin
ouabain
ouabains
ouakari
ouakaris
ouanderoo
ouarine
ouarines
oubit
oubits
oubliette

Literary usage of Ottos

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1. Dramatic Traditions of the Dark Ages by Joseph Salathiel Tunison (1907)
"... which culminated in the reign of Theodoric, this movement of the Saxons under the ottos, and their progenitor Henry the Fowler, was eminently orthodox. ..."

2. History of the Christian Church by Wilhelm Ernst Möller (1893)
"The Papacy, the ottos and the French Church down to the deaths of Otto III. and Gerbert. Sources: The letters of the popes concerned, Ml. 134, 136, 137, ..."

3. The Ivory Workers of the Middle Ages by Anna Maria Elizabeth Cust (1902)
"GERMAN IVORY CARVING IN THE TIME OF THE ottos. Otto the Great having consolidated his power in Germany, undertook, in 962, the classic expedition to Rome to ..."

4. A Statistical, Political, and Historical Account of the United States of by David Bailie Warden (1819)
"They live in friendship with the ottos, and under the protection of the Pan is. Mafias.—'They are about 800 in number, including 250 warriors, ..."

5. Syntax of the Moods & Tenses of the Greek Verb by William Watson Goodwin (1870)
"This may be explained by supposing an ellipsis of ottos from the construction just mentioned (antas ^17 ..."

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