Definition of Otomi in English:
noun (plural same)
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Relating to the Otomi or their language.
- The editors correctly mention the fear and respect that Nahuas had for Otomi prowess in war but fail to mention their equally strong disdain.
- His paternal grandmother, an Otomi Indian, also inspired his spiritual direction.
- For example, the Otomi Indian child in Mexico can identify and knows the uses of 138 plants compared to the ordinary school-going Mexican child in the same village, who can identify only 37.
via American Spanish from Nahuatl otomih, literally 'unknown'.
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