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tot

2 [tot]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), totted, totting.
1.
to add; total (often followed by up ).
noun
2.
a total.
3.
the act of adding.
4.
British Informal. a column of numbers to be added.

Origin:
1745–55; < Latin: so much, so many

untotted, adjective
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tot1 (tɒt)
 
n
1.  a young child; toddler
2.  chiefly (Brit) a small amount of anything
3.  a small measure of spirits
 
[C18: perhaps short for totterer; see totter]

tot2 (tɒt)
 
vb , tots, totting, totted
chiefly (Brit) (usually foll by up) to total; add
 
[C17: shortened from total or from Latin totum all]

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Word Origin & History

tot
"little child," 1725, Scottish, of uncertain origin, perhaps a shortened form of totter, or related to O.N. tottr, nickname of a dwarf (cf. Swed. tutte "little child," Dan. tommel-tot "little child," in which the first element means "thumb").

tot
"to reckon up," 1760, from tot (n.), first recorded 1690, short for total.
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
TOT
  1. time of travel

  2. time over target

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