noun, plural Sothos (especially collectively) Sotho for 3.
a group of closely related Bantu languages spoken in Lesotho and South Africa.
any of the Sotho languages, especially Sesotho.
Also called Basuto. a member of any of a cluster of linguistically and culturally related Bantu-speaking peoples of southern Africa, including the Tswana.
(pl) -tho, -thos. a member of a large grouping of Negroid peoples of southern Africa, living chiefly in Botswana, South Africa, and Lesotho
the group of mutually intelligible languages of this people, including Lesotho, Tswana, and Pedi. It belongs to the Bantu group of the Niger-Congo family
(South African) (pl) -tho, -thos. a member of the Basotho people; a Mosotho
(South African) the dialect of Sotho spoken by the Basotho; Sesotho. It is an official language of Lesotho along with English
noun 1. a satirical and topical comedy employing actors dressed in traditional fool’s costume, popular in France during the late Middle Ages, and often used as a curtain raiser to mystery and morality plays.
noun 1. a Zen Buddhist school of Japan, characterized by the practice of sitting meditation leading to gradual enlightenment noun 1. See De Soto
noun 1. any of several plants belonging to the genus Dasylirion, of the agave family, native to the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico, resembling the yucca.
noun 1. a drunkard. noun 1. a habitual or chronic drunkard 2. a person stupefied by or as if by drink adverb 1. (Scot) indeed: used to contradict a negative statement: I am not! — You are sot! SOT Society of Toxicology