noun to·to \ˈtōˌtō\

Definition of toto



  1. :  a young one :  baby, child asked the chief if there was a small boy, a toto, who would like to enter my service — R. S. B. Baker; especially :  the young of an animal saw two more rhinos … a mother and a half-grown totoNatural History

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Origin and Etymology of toto

of Bantu origin; akin to Swahili mtoto child

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capable of being understood in two ways

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