noun, plural li·nos. Chiefly British Informal.
- linnean classification,
- linnet hole,
- lino tile,
- linoleic acid
Origin of lino
Examples from the Web for lino
It is home to Lysa Arryn (Kate Dickie)—sister to Catelyn Stark (Michelle Fairley)—and her son Robin (Lino Facioli).
King Lino, the most polite man under the sun, to speak to his faithful servant in such a manner!
One shopkeeper advised him: "Has it slipped under the lino?"My Neighbors|Caradoc Evans
Corbel Table, a lino of small corbels placed at short distances apart supporting a parapet or arcade.
1907, short for linotype.