Crossword clues for otho
- H.R.E. emperor
- Roman emperor: A.D. 69
- Three-month Roman emperor
- He overthrew Galba
- He succeeded Galba
- He ruled Rome in A.D. 69
- Holy Roman emperor: 962-73
- Nero's friend and enemy
- Holy Roman emperor
- H.R.E. name
- Emperor of Rome: 69 A.D.
- Vitellius's predecessor
- H.R.E. ruler
- Subject of a Keats tragedy
- German king
- H.R.E. ruler: 962–73
- Emperor who gave a hoot?
- Roman emperor
- Emperor of A.D. 69
- Roman emperor in A.D. 69
- Roman emperor after Galba
- Emperor after Galba
- First Holy Roman emperor
- Vitellius succeeded him
- Emperor before Vitellius
- Roman emperor for just three months
- First-century Roman emperor
- Emperor for only three months
- Roman emperor with a three-month reign
- Early Roman emperor
- Roman emperor of A.D. 69
- Galba's friend and foe
- Galba's successor
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Land area (2000): 0.445692 sq. miles (1.154338 sq. km)
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Total area (2000): 0.445692 sq. miles (1.154338 sq. km)
FIPS code: 60105
Located within: Iowa (IA), FIPS 19
Location: 42.424739 N, 94.149588 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 50569
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Otho (; ;Classical Latin spelling and reconstructed Classical Latin pronunciation:
28 April 32 – 16 April 69) was Roman Emperor for three months, from 15 January to 16 April 69. He was the second emperor of the Year of the Four Emperors.
Otho may refer to:
- Marcus Salvius Otho, an emperor of the Roman Empire
- Lucius Otho, his father
- a variant of the German name Otto
- Otho, a saint and companion in martyrdom to Berard of Carbio
- Otto of Greece, King of Greece
- Otho Clark, American football player
- Otho Davis, a trainer for the Baltimore Colts
- Lord Otho FitzGerald, a member of the British Parliament
- Otho Nitcholas, a pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers
- Otho Prior-Palmer, a member of the British Parliament for Worthing
- Valentinus Otho or Valentin Otto (died 1603), German mathematician and astronomer
- Otho de Lagery, Pope Urban II
- Oddone di Monferrato, a medieval Papal diplomat whose name was anglicized as Otto or Otho
- Otho, Iowa, a town in the United States
- short for the Otho-Corpus Gospels, a fragmentary illuminated manuscript
- Otho, a character in the Deverry Cycle book cycle.
Usage examples of "otho".
She had not paid her father for teaching her to prune olive trees, or P'er Otho to read tombstones.
She had been to Otho a fairy indeed, and he had fallen in love with her by the tiny spring her folk held sacred, the Goddess's breast from which they drank.
The day he met her, Otho had hiked miles in search of game for his father's table, and the water in his leather pouch was warm, stale, and sour.
Even gentle, loving Otho had at last completed his transformation, his rejection of her.
Now Father Otho and several townsmen huddled close, sheltering the embers from wind that swept over the bleak heights, feeding the fire with twigs, stretching their meager fuel, praying they might make it last the endless hours that held away impending dawn, and the return of God to this forsaken place.
He had demanded that P'er Otho take several men and recover Elen's body.
P'er Otho looked sad and amazed, as if she were a spirit from some far past.
Unlikely, yet in that triangle of figures, two large and one small, Otho sensed a common love, a shared loneliness evoked by the elfin-faced child.
When she asked P'er Otho where her mother was, he said, "I don't know.
Before that, she chose to give her maidenhead to the boy Otho, by this very pool.
P'er Otho said goat-legged Pan was Satan's deception, to entrap men, but had it always been so?
Even P'er Otho, who was terrified of Satan, had never actually seen him.
She and Bertrand approached Father Otho for instruction in the mysteries of marriage.
Neither knew what carnal memories Otho cherished, of a time before either of them was conceived, or whose lovely face and small breasts came to mind when he thought his hidden thoughts.
Until then, enjoy what you have—your father and sister and P'er Otho, and .