lino

[lahy-noh]

Origin of lino

by shortening
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Contemporary Examples of lino

  • It is home to Lysa Arryn (Kate Dickie)—sister to Catelyn Stark (Michelle Fairley)—and her son Robin (Lino Facioli).

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Historical Examples of lino


British Dictionary definitions for lino

lino

noun
  1. short for linoleum
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Word Origin and History for lino
n.

1907, short for linotype.

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