The word ‘toldo’ is Italian for ‘to tell’ or ‘to inform’. Now, I know this is a bit of a stretch, but it is true. The word ‘toldo’ is commonly used in the Italian language to mean ‘to give warning’ and ‘to inform’.
In the case of the above-mentioned Italian word, we can see why. In an unexpected turn of events, the word tellso is used to inform and give warning. The word tellso is used to inform and give warning because it doesn’t really seem to be doing anything very important, at least not in the way that it’s used. In Italy, there are actually two different kinds of tellso. The first kind is called il giornalista (the journalist).