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Noun: tot  tót
  1. A small amount (especially of a drink)
    "a tot of rum"
  2. A young child who is just beginning to walk
    - toddler, yearling, bambino, rug rat [N. Amer, informal], ankle-biter [informal]
Verb: tot (totted,totting)  tót
  1. Determine the sum of
    - total, tot up, sum, sum up, summate, tote up, add, add together, tally, add up

Derived forms: totted, tots, totting

Type of: child, count, enumerate, fry [archaic], kid [informal], kiddie [informal], kiddy [informal], minor, nestling [informal], nipper [informal], number, numerate, shaver [informal], small fry [informal], small indefinite amount, small indefinite quantity, tiddler [Brit, informal], tike [informal], tyke [informal], wean [UK, Ireland, dialect], youngster

Encyclopedia: Tot