In an anime series called "Ojarumaru", the title character sometimes ends his sentences with てたも. I can't really figure out what it means. Here are some dialogue examples from the show:
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助けてたも ＝ 助けてください。
ーてたも means ください and was used throughout the Heian period by important, respected or distinguished people.
The character おじゃる丸 uses てたも because he is a 5-year-old Heian-era prince.
Anyway, たもれ/たも is kind of very archaic expression, and it's only spoken by Heian Era aristocrats in manga/anime (like Ojarumaru!), novels or TV shows. So, be careful not to use this in your 21st century real life :)