Crossword clues for toto
- "Hold the Line" band
- "And your little dog too!" dog
- "Africa" rockers
- "Africa" group
- "... and your little dog, too!" dog
- Yacht Rockers with the hit "Africa"
- Wizard-revealing dog
- Twister-traveling terrier
- Twister-tossed pooch
- Traveler to Oz
- Tornado-riding terrier
- Tornado-riding pooch
- Tornado survivor of film
- To whom Dorothy says, "I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore"
- Thorn in Miss Gulch's side
- The Wizard's revealer
- The dog who played him earned $125 per week
- Terry's role in the original "Wizard of Oz"
- Terrier who terrorized the Cowardly Lion
- Talker in "Tik-Tok of Oz"
- Storied Kansan canine
- Storied dog
- Steve Porcaro band
- Small role in "The Wizard of Oz"
- She's held at the end of "The Wizard of Oz"
- Rosanna pop group
- Role played by Pepe the Prawn in "The Muppets' Wizard of Oz"
- Role for Terry the terrier
- Revealer of the Wizard
- Revealer of the man behind the curtain
- Pooch that bit Miss Gulch
- Pooch that bit Almira Gulch
- Pooch on the yellow brick road
- People of "Africa"
- Oz-visiting dog
- Oz-story dog
- Oz-book dog
- Oz tag-along
- Oz pup
- Oz animal
- Noted terrier in a 1939 film
- Nonspeaking part in "The Wiz"
- Nonspeaking part in ''The Wizard of Oz''
- Movie dog carried off by Miss Gulch
- Movie dog captured by a flying monkey
- Movie character who brought the curtain down
- Miss Gulch's capture
- Miss Gulch's bête-noire, somewhat literally
- Miss Gulch's bête noire
- Memorable wizard debunker
- Kansas yapper
- Kansas dog
- Kansan dog of moviedom
- In ___:all
- In ________, as a whole
- In ____ (wholly)
- In __ (overall)
- Iconic terrier in "The Lego Movie 2"
- He's carried off by a flying monkey
- He reveals the Wizard
- He got Miss Gulch's goat
- He escapes from Almira Gulch
- He bit Miss Gulch in a 1939 film
- He bit Miss Gulch
- He accompanied Dorothy to Oz
- Hairy Oz visitor
- Gulch biter
- Gale pooch
- Furry visitor to Oz
- Four-legged Oz traveler
- Four-legged friend of Dorothy
- Four-footed visitor to the Land of Oz
- Fictional Kansas barker
- Famous film pooch
- Famous cairn terrier
- Escapee from Miss Gulch's bicycle basket
- Escapee from Miss Gulch's basket
- Escapee from Almira Gulch
- Emerald City barker
- Echoing Baum canine
- Early escapee in "The Wizard of Oz"
- Dorothy's terrier in "The Wizard of Oz"
- Dorothy's pupper
- Dorothy's pup
- Dorothy's dog, in a 1939 movie
- Dorothy's Cairn terrier
- Dorothy's barker
- Dog who visited the Emerald City
- Dog who reveals the Wizard
- Dog who met a wizard
- Dog who followed the yellow brick road
- Dog who exposed a wizard
- Dog visiting Oz
- Dog threatened by Almira Gulch
- Dog that went over the rainbow?
- Dog that traveled with the Scarecrow and the Tin Man
- Dog that traveled from Kansas to the Emerald City
- Dog that survived a tornado
- Dog role that reportedly paid more than a Munchkin
- Dog put in a basket
- Dog native to Kansas
- Dog in Kansas
- Dog in Baum stories
- Dog captured by winged monkeys
- Dog captured by the Wicked Witch of the West
- Dog attacked by flying monkeys
- Displaced dog of fiction
- Debunker of the Wizard
- Curtain puller of Oz
- Cowardly Lion tormentor
- Classic film curtain tugger
- Cinematic curtain puller
- Cairn terrier on screen
- Cairn terrier of moviedom
- Cairn terrier of film
- Bowser in a Baum book
- Biter of Miss Gulch
- Bike-basket rider of note
- Bike basket barker
- Baum yelper
- Baum tale barker
- Baum bow-wow
- Barker in Oz
- Barker in a Baum book
- Band with the hit "Africa"
- Band with the 1986 hit album "Fahrenheit"
- Band with the 1983 #1 hit "Africa"
- Band with the 1980s hits "Africa" and "Rosanna"
- Band with a self-named 1978 debut album
- Band whose name comes from the Latin for "all-encompassing," not from a movie character
- Band who felt the rains down in Africa
- Band that won a Record of the Year Grammy for "Rosanna"
- Altogether, after "in"
- Almira Gulch's bugbear
- 1939 over-the-rainbow movie role for cairn terrier Terry
- 1939 film role for Terry
- "Wizard of Oz" pooch
- "Wizard of Oz" cast credit below Auntie Em
- "Wizard of Oz" barker
- "The Wizard of Oz" VID?
- "The Wizard of Oz" terrier
- "Rosanna" rock group
- "Pamela" band
- "Over the Rainbow" observer
- "Love isn't always on time" band
- "I'll Be Over You" band
- "Hold the Line" rockers
- "As soon as my heart stops breaking" band
- '80s pop group
- ''The Wizard of Oz'' dog
- ''The Wizard of Oz'' canine
- Barker of filmdom
- Emerald City visitor
- Movie pooch
- Kansas pooch
- Dog in Oz
- Group with the 1983 #1 hit "Africa"
- "Hold the Line" rock group
- Oz visitor
- The Wizard's unveiler
- Canine from Kansas
- 1939 movie canine
- W. S. Gilbert's "Princess ___"
- Baum barker
- In ___ (entirely)
- 1939 movie dog
- Kansas canine of film
- Fictional terrier from Kansas
- Wind-borne pet
- Movie dog played by a cairn terrier named Terry
- Dorothy's dog in "The Wizard of Oz"
- In ___ (not piecemeal)
- "The Wizard of Oz" dog
- Screen pooch of 1939
- Wizard of Oz revealer
- Completely, after "in"
- Dog on the Yellow Brick Road
- Wizard visitor
- Dog who unveiled 14-Down
- Noted movie terrier
- "The Wizard of Oz" pooch
- Film pooch in a tornado
- Fictional dog from Kansas
- The Wizard of Oz's exposer
- Threatener of Miss Gulch
- 1930's film dog
- Film dog
- Little Oz visitor
- Curtain puller of film
- Miss Gulch biter
- He was chased by the Cowardly Lion
- 1930s film dog
- In ___ (altogether)
- Noted dark film star of the 1930s
- Entirely, after "in"
- Barker in a basket
- Dog that bit Miss Gulch
- "Africa" band, 1982
- Film terrier
- Pooch in Oz
- The "him" in the 1939 film line "I won't let you take him!"
- Band that shares its name with a film canine
- Cowardly Lion harasser
- Dorothy took him to Oz
- Baum's canine
- Fictional Kansas canine
- Group with Grammy's 1982 Record of the Year
- Dorothy Gale's dog
- Baum pooch
- In ___ (fully)
- Miss Gale's dog
- Baum dog
- Four-legged Oz visitor
- Baum's terrier
- Oz dog
- Oz canine
- In ___ (wholly)
- Dog that went to Oz
- Ms. Gale's pet
- Dorothy's pet
- Any young animal
- Dorothy Gale's pet
- Dorothy's dog in the Oz books
- In ____ (completely)
- Ms. Gale's dog
- Young animal
- Dorothy's pooch
- "Wizard of Oz" dog
- In ___ (as a whole)
- The Gales' pet
- Dog that traveled from Kansas to Oz
- Dog gone to Oz
- Dorothy's dog in The Wizard of Oz
- Dorothy's canine friend
- Dog star
- Visitor to Oz
- Cinema canine
- Canine in Oz
- Canine visitor to Oz
- Movie terrier
- Friend of Dorothy
- Baum canine
- Yellow brick road traveler
- Terrier of film
- "The Wizard of Oz" character
- "Rosanna" band
- Dog in "The Wizard of Oz"
- Yellow brick road follower
- Wizard revealer
- Tornado-riding dog
- Dog that visited Oz
- "The Wizard of Oz" role
- "Rosanna" rockers
- ''Wizard of Oz'' dog
- Wizard's unveiler
- They "bless the rains down in Africa"
- Miss Gulch's bugbear
- Fictional canine
- Exposer of the Wizard of Oz
- Dorothy's companion
- Dorothy's canine companion
- Dorothy's basketful
- Dog in a tornado
- Bike basket escapee of film
- "Oz" dog
- Yellow Brick Road pooch
- Yellow Brick Road dog
- Wizard revealer of film
- Wizard of Oz unmasker
- Wicked witch pursuer
- The Wizard's unmasker
- Terrier on the Yellow Brick Road
- Terrier in "The Wizard of Oz"
- Talking beast in a 1917 novel
- Steve Lukather band
- Self-titled debut album of 1978
- Sang of "Africa"
- Pooch in black-and-white and then color
- Pooch from "The Wizard of Oz"
- Oz barker
- Miss Gulch's nemesis
- Miss Gulch's bane
- L. Frank Baum barker
- In __ (fully)
- In __ (completely)
- Four-legged visitor to Oz
- Four-legged Emerald City visitor
- Four-footed adventurer from Kansas
- Emerald City traveler
- Emerald City pooch
- Dorothy Gale's pooch
- Dog who visited Oz
- Dog who reveals he can speak in "Tik-Tok of Oz"
- Dog that visited the Emerald City
- Dog that traveled to Oz
- Dog that harassed a lion
- Dog from Kansas
- Dog confiscated by Miss Gulch
- Cinematic pet
- Canine visitor to the Emerald City
- "Stranger in Town" rockers
- "Not quite a year since she went away, Rosanna" band
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Latin ablative singular (masc. and neuter) of totus "whole, entire" (see total (adj.)).
Prince Antonio Griffo Focas Flavio Angelo Ducas Comneno Porfirogenito Gagliardi De Curtis di Bisanzio, best known by his stage name Totò (; 15 February 1898 – 15 April 1967) or as Antonio De Curtis, and nicknamed il Principe della risata ("the Prince of laughter"), was an Italian comedian, film and theatre actor, writer, singer and songwriter. He is widely considered one of the greatest Italian artists of the 20th century. While he first gained his popularity as a comic actor, his dramatic roles, his poetry, and his songs are all deemed to be outstanding; his style and a number of his recurring jokes and gestures have become universally known memes in Italy. Writer and philosopher Umberto Eco has thus commented on the importance of Totò in Italian culture:
Mario Monicelli, who directed some of the most appreciated of Totò's movies, thus described his artistic value:
As a comic actor, Totò is classified as an heir of the Commedia dell'Arte tradition, and has been compared to such figures as Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin. He starred in about one hundred movies; while many of them were low profile, box-office driven productions, they tend to be all appreciated by the critics, at the very least, for Totò's performances many classify as masterpieces of Italian cinema. Prominent Italian directors and actors that have worked with Totò include Mario Monicelli, Alberto Lattuada, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Eduardo De Filippo, Peppino de Filippo, Aldo Fabrizi, Vittorio De Sica, Sophia Loren, Claudia Cardinale, Marcello Mastroianni, Nino Manfredi, Vittorio Gassman and Alberto Sordi.
Toto is an American rock band formed in 1977 in Van Nuys in Los Angeles. The band's current lineup consists of Joseph Williams (lead vocals), David Paich (keyboards, vocals), Steve Porcaro (keyboards), Steve Lukather (guitars, vocals), plus touring members Leland Sklar (bass) and Shannon Forrest (drums). Toto is known for a musical style that combines elements of pop, rock, soul, funk, progressive rock, hard rock, R&B, blues, and jazz.
David Paich and Jeff Porcaro had played together as session musicians on several albums and decided to form a band. David Hungate, Steve Lukather, Steve Porcaro and Bobby Kimball were recruited before their first album release. The band enjoyed great commercial success in the late 1970s and 1980s, beginning with the band's eponymous debut released in 1978. With the release of the critically acclaimed and commercially successful Toto IV (1982), Toto became one of the best-selling music groups of their era. They are best known for the Top 5 hits " Hold the Line", " Rosanna", and " Africa". Several changes to the lineup have been made over the years. Hungate left in 1982 followed by Kimball in 1984 but rejoined the band in 1998 until 2008. Jeff Porcaro died in 1992 of a heart attack. Hungate rejoined Toto as a touring musician and later a band member. In 2008, Lukather announced his departure from the band, and the remaining band members later went their separate ways. In the summer of 2010, Toto reformed and went on a short European tour, with a new lineup, to benefit Mike Porcaro, who had been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and was no longer an active member of the band. Porcaro died in 2015.
The band has released a total of 17 albums, and have sold over 40 million albums to date. The group was honored with several Grammy Awards and was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in 2009.
Toto is a fictional dog in L. Frank Baum's Oz series of children's books, and works derived from them. The name is pronounced with a long "O", a homophone of "toe toe". The dog was originally a small terrier drawn by W. W. Denslow for the first edition of the Wizard of Oz (1900). He reappears in numerous adaptations, such as the 1939 Hollywood movie.
TOTO (all caps) may refer to:
- Toto Ltd., the world's largest toilet manufacturer, based in Japan
- Toto Forever title and main character in the film by Roberto F. Canuto
- Toto (band), an American rock band founded in 1977
- Typhonian Order, formerly known as Typhonian Ordo Templi Orientis (TOTO), an occult magical order
- TOtable Tornado Observatory, a tornado observation device
- Tongue of the Ocean, a deep oceanic trench in the Bahamas
Toto is the first studio album by the American band Toto. It was released in 1978 and includes the hit singles " Hold the Line", " I'll Supply the Love" and " Georgy Porgy", all three of which made it into the top 50 in the USA. "Hold the Line" spent six weeks in the Top 10, and reached number 14 in the UK as well. Although not initially very well received by critics, the band quickly gained a following, and the album gained a reputation for its characteristic sound, mixing soft pop with both synth and hard rock elements. The band would venture deeper into hard rock territory on their next album.
In Māori mythology, Toto was a chief in Hawaiki. He had two daughters, Kuramarotini, the wife of Hoturapa, and Rongorongo, the wife of Turi. Toto felled a tree and made two canoes. One of these, the Aotea, was given to Turi, and was sailed by him to New Zealand. The other canoe, the Matahourua, was later commandeered by Kupe who sailed it to New Zealand with Kuramarotini, Hoturapa's wife (Tregear 1891:527).
Toto (1931–1968) (a.k.a. M'Toto meaning "Little Child" in Swahili) was a gorilla that was adopted and raised very much like a human child.
A. Maria Hoyt adopted the baby female gorilla orphaned by a hunt in French Equatorial Africa in 1931. Mrs. Hoyt's husband killed the baby gorilla's father for a museum piece, and his guides killed its mother for fun. Mrs. Hoyt moved to Cuba to provide a more tropical home for Toto. At the age of four or five, Toto adopted a kitten named Principe, carrying the kitten with her everywhere. When Toto became too difficult to manage for a private keeper, she was leased to the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus as a potential mate for another gorilla, Gargantua, a.k.a. Buddy. Toto died in 1968. Toto is buried at "Sandy Lane" Kennels Pet Cemetery in Sarasota, Florida.
TOTO is a legalized form of lottery sold in Singapore, known by different names elsewhere. Singapore Pools is the only legal lottery operator in Singapore. It was established on 23 May 1968 to control widespread illegal gambling in Singapore during the 1960s.
TOTO is a popular form of gambling in Singapore. In February 2005, a survey conducted by the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) indicated that 58% of the Singapore residents surveyed had participated in at least one form of gambling activity over the past year. Among those surveyed, TOTO rated the second most popular type of gambling activity, after 4-Digits. The average monthly median betting amount of those surveyed who bought TOTO was placed at S$48.
TOTO can be purchased from any of the 300 Singapore Pools outlets across Singapore. Draws are conducted every Monday and Thursday at 1830h or 6:30pm (SG/HK time). The “live” TOTO draw can be viewed at the Singapore Pools Main Branch at 210 Middle Road. The profits from TOTO go to the Singapore Totaliser Board (the owner of Singapore Pools) which uses the money for charity and other worthy causes.
Usage examples of "toto".
She would have hit Aunty Em with the broom and called Toto and walked away and never come back.
Then laughed Toti, as one who would not be thought to be too heedful of the morrow.
Toto hoc in genere pugnae, cum sub oculis omnium ac pro castris dimicaretur, intellectum est nostros propter gravitatem armorum, quod neque insequi cedentes possent neque ab signis discedere auderent, minus aptos esse ad huius generis hostem, equites autem magno cum periculo proelio dimicare, propterea quod illi etiam consulto plerumque cederent et, cum paulum ab legionibus nostros removissent, ex essedis desilirent et pedibus dispari proelio contenderent.
Atlantis duri caelum qui vertice fulcit, Atlantis, cintum adsidue cui nubibus atris piniferum caput et vento pulsatur et imbri, nix umeros infusa tegit, turn flumina mento praecipitant senis, et glacie riget horrida barba, hie primum paribus nitens Cylknius alis constitit: hinc toto praeceps se corpore ad undas misit avi similis, quae circum litora, circum piscosos scopulos humilis volat aequora iuxta.
Gothicae hujus probitatis exemplum: Gensemundus ille toto orbe cantabilis, solum armis filius factus, tanta se Amalis devotione conjunxit ut haeredibus eorum curiosum exhibuerit famulatum, quamvis ipse peteretur ad regnum.
Cum is murum hostium paene contingeret, et Caesar ad opus consuetudine excubaret milites que hortaretur, ne quod omnino tempus ab opere intermitteretur, paulo ante tertiam vigiliam est animadversum fumare aggerem, quem cuniculo hostes succenderant, eodemque tempore toto muro clamore sublato duabus portis ab utroque latere turrium eruptio fiebat, alii faces atque aridam materiem de muro in aggerem eminus iaciebant, picem reliquasque res, quibus ignis excitari potest, fundebant, ut quo primum curreretur aut cui rei ferretur auxilium vix ratio iniri posset.
Toto and the dropsonde hung suspended in the air for a split second, and then both fell through the hatch and disappeared into the hurricane.
Substance-focus tends to narrow the aperture of recovery and focus too much on abstinence from just one Substance instead of complete sobriety and a new spiritual way of life in toto.
Residents have a pretty good idea that their alumni counselors basically rat them out in toto at each Staff meeting, which is why counselling sessions tend to be so incredibly dull that only really grateful giving Ennet alumni are willing to serve as counselors.
Parallel, and the secession of Canada in toto from the Organization of North American Nations and by the fact that all too many prominent figures in the recent sociohistory of the Separatist movement for e.
The extra-hot breedering and lithiumization stuff gets hairy, but the whole fusion/fission waste-annulation thing in toto you can imagine as nothing but a huge right triangle.
Our respect for the individual as a unique phenomenon, not to be suppressed in his idiosyncrasies, but to be cultivated and brought to fulfillment as a gift to the world such as never before was seen on earth, nor will ever appear again, is contrary, toto caelo, to the spirit not only of Oriental art but also of Oriental life.
In the event of these aforestated conditions in regard to the proof of his paternity having been met the terms of the will in respect of my wife Cynthia Flawse as stated above her freely given signature shall and will become automatically null and void and the estate property chattels land and possessions pass in toto to my grandson Lockhart Flawse to do with whatsoever he chooses.
A short time later, Betsy, her devoted companion Hank the Mule, and Toto arrived at the gates of the Emerald City and were greeted by Omby Amby, the Soldier with the Green Whiskers.
Billina had been rather suspicious of dogs, and Toto had had an idea that it was every dog's duty to chase a hen on sight.