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Definition of the noun Tiron

What does Tiron mean as a name of something?

Tiron is a genus of Synopiidae, described by Liljeborg in 1865.

Tiron is a genus of Synopiidae, described by Lilljeborg in 1866.

Tiron is a genus of Synopiidae, described by Lilljeborg in 1866.

Explanation

  1. Tiron is a chemical compound used for its ability to form strong complexes with titanium and iron.
    • also known as 钛铁试剂
  2. Tiron a.k.a. Tawbuid, Eastern Language is an human language.

Phrases with Tiron

  1. Tiron Hastata
  2. Tiron Bicuspis
  3. Tiron Galeatus
  4. Tiron tropakis
  5. Tiron Altifrons
  6. Tiron Australis
  7. Tiron Bellairsi
  8. Tiron bioculata
  9. Tiron Thompsoni
  10. Tiron acanthurus
  11. Tiron biocellata
  12. Tiron Ovatibasis
  13. Tiron spiniferum
  14. Tiron spiniferus
  15. Tiron Antarcticus
  16. Tiron Bombayensis
  17. Tiron Intermedius
  18. Tiron triocellatus
  19. Species Tiron Hastata
  20. genus Tiron

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Google previewPrinciples of Mechanics (1887)

by Thomas Minchin Goodeve

The Tiron is a flat weak beam cac', strengthened by a vertical flange a b. 3. The channel or double angle iron is an improved form of T iron, relying for its strength on the two vertical flanges a b, c d. It is extensively used in the construction of ...

Google previewScribner's Magazine (1902)

by Edward Livermore Burlingame, Robert Bridges, Harlan Logan

Pep tiron Is That New Iron Tonic that is curing (paleness, weakness, nervousness an exhaustion, whether due to too many cares or duties, too much work or study, too close confinement or other debilitating influences. Delicate women an girls ...

Google previewSome Account of the Alien Priories, and of Such Lands as They are Known to Have Possessed in England and Wales ... (1786)

Tiron is a town situate two leagues from Nogent-le-Rotrou, in the province of Orleannois, where there is a Benedictine abbey, founded A. D. 1 109, by Bernard de Abbeville, companion to Robert de Arbriffel (founder of the abbey of ...

Google previewThe London Magazine, and Monthly Chronologer (1736)

Monfieur Tiron is a Member of one of the Chambers d'Enquetts, which is as much as is necessary to say of him at this Time. The present Condition of the Gallican Church sufficiently fulfils the G Prophecy of the University of Paris; and the ...

Google previewA Santali-English dictionary (1899)

by A. R. Campbell

Buru tiron. Cf. tiron. Buryun. To slip out of a hole, as a snake, or a fish. Buryuh marte to€ gofenae. BusaH. To produce young, of animals ; to hatch as eggs of fowls, and birds. Busakenae mihu do. Busakkedae. Grave birth to it. Busagokkana.

Google previewA New Geographical Dictionary ... to which is now added the latitude and longitude of the most considerable cities and towns,&c., of the world, omitted in the first publication, etc (1738)

TIRON, or THIRON, a Vill.& Abbey of Beauce in France, on the lit. tle R. Tiron, between Chartres and Mogent le Rotrou, 8 Lea. fr. the first, & 4 fr. the last. TIRONEAU, an Abbey of France, on the R. Sarte, on the Bor. of Normandy, ...

Google previewComparative Austronesian Dictionary (1995)

An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon

BANGON, BATANGAN, TABUID, TAUBUID, TIRON, SURI, BARANGAN, BINATANGAN. Class. WMP, Meso Philippine, South Mangyan, BuhidTaubuid. Lac. Philippines. Central Mindoro. Pap. 6,000. TAWIT see ITAWIT.

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Chemoetymology (2006)

The Whys and Whences of Chemical Nomenclature and Terminology by Alexander Senning

tiron C6H4Na2O8S2, coined by contraction of titanium and iron – referring to the usefulness ...

Google previewDictionary & Grammar of the Easter Island Language

Tiron / / vt. Afinar un instrumento de cuerda (por extensión, afinar cualquier instrumento) / Estirar / Levantar tiran- do / Sacar / Templar un instrumento de cuerda // — te aka: vt. Levar anclas / / — te bai: vt. sacar agua por canon / / — mai : s.

Google previewUniversal Pronouncing Dictionary of Biography and Mythology (1911)

by Joseph Thomas

TIRoN, te'röN',] (MARcus TULLIUs) a Roman author and scholar, was a favourite freedman and amanuensis of Cicero.

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Scrabble value of T1I1R1O1N1

The value of this 5-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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