coto

noun co·to \ˈkōtō\
variants: or

coto bark

Definition of coto

plural

-s

  1. :  the bark of an unidentified tree of northern Bolivia formerly used as an astringent and stomachic

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Origin and Etymology of coto

Spanish cotocoto, from Quechua kkhotokktóto


1

Coto

noun co·to \"\

Definition of Coto

plural

Coto

or

Cotos

  1. 1a :  a Tucano people of eastern Ecuador b :  a member of such people

  2. 2 :  the Tucano language of the Coto people

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Origin and Etymology of coto

Spanish, of American Indian origin


2

Coto

noun co·to \"\
variants: less commonly

Cocto

\ˈkōk(ˌ)tō, ˈkäk-\

Definition of Coto

plural

Coto

or

Cotos

also

Cocto

or

Coctos

  1. 1a :  a Chibchan people of Costa Rica b :  a member of such people

  2. 2 :  the Chibchan language of the Coto people

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Origin and Etymology of coto

Spanish, of American Indian origin


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