tomo Chici addressed to the king one of his flowery speeches; and the king returned an appropriate reply.
They told how tomo was wrought to a pitch of frenzied interest by this manhunt.
Sahibs smoke them, sepoys smoke them, drivers and followers smoke them, and the tomo coolies smoke nothing else.
And ther was five piculles Bantam pepper sould to tomo Dono, to pay as we sell the rest.
"tomo la posta vestido en luto come viudo," says Sandoval, Hist.
The friendship thus commenced with tomo Chici was life-long.
The permissive subjunctive with tomo is fucaqu tomo or fucai tomo 'although deep.'
One of the proverbs handed down from the hoary past is: "Kumpu no ada to tomo ni ten we itadakazu."
tomo cacumo means 'all the same,' as do toni cacuni, tonimo cacunimo, and totemo cacutemo.