What does Tots mean?


“Tots” is a shortened form of the word “totally”. It’s often used to stress a point or respond positively to something. For example, if your dad finds out you’ve been using his credit card without permission, you might say he’s “tots mad”.

While it’s most commonly used by young girls, anyone can use it if they want to add a little fun to their conversation. You can use “tots” within a sentence or by itself as a response. For instance, if you’re thrilled to announce you’ve been accepted into university, you might text your dad, “I tots got into uni! Thanks for all the support!”

Or, if your friend asks if you’re up for a gig tonight, you can simply reply, “Tots!” It’s important to note, though, “tots” could be mistaken for toddlers or tater tots. So, it’s often spelled as “totes” to avoid confusion.

Example for using ‘Tots’ in a conversation

Hey, did you see the new movie trailer?

Yes, I did! Tots excited to watch it! πŸŽ₯

Same here! Let’s plan to go together.

Tots! πŸ™Œ It’s gonna be so much fun!