Charles et al didn't just tot up how much members of each racial group spent.
I therefore amuse myself by going through my daily record, to tot up the gross returns.
The enemy's artillery was active, and the list of casualties began to tot up.
Destiny is the grandiose title we give to the grand total of a long column of accidents when we stop to tot up the figures.
We want a statistician like this to tot up the German indemnity.
Weigh the pro and the con: tot up the sum of possible suffering and certain misery.
It must tot up to quite a decent sum in the course of a year, not to mention pew rent!
Every night before going to bed I tot up on my fingers the amount of the bequest I feel I ought to receive.
"little child," 1725, Scottish, of uncertain origin, perhaps a shortened form of totter, or related to Old Norse tottr, nickname of a dwarf (cf. Swedish tutte "little child," Danish tommel-tot "little child," in which the first element means "thumb").
"to reckon up," 1760, from tot (n.), first recorded 1680s, short for total.