That's Creole for other Mauritians. The French is les autres Mauriciens. So the Creole takes the s from les and the aut from autres and spells it phonetically in English.
Anyway, here are some longtime friends of ours in Mauritius. Some haven't changed. Some have.
Corinne (Salomon) and Ivan Catherine
Merlin Armance, Kyle Catherine, and Joanne (Salomon) Armance
Bruno and Marie-Claire Toi
Marjorie Rima, David Roméo, et zot