noun, plural ten·u·es [ten-yoo-eez] /ˈtɛn yuˌiz/.
- tentorium cerebelli,
Origin of tenuis
Examples from the Web for tenuis
The change from the media to the tenuis we call the fourth state.
In tenui labor, at tenuis non gloria—Slight is the subject of my work, but not the glory.
The change of the tenuis to the media, or a radical media to an aspirate, we call the second state.
Antennæ breves; articulus tertius rotundus; arista apicalis, longa, tenuis, setiformis.
For 'voiceless,' 'surd,' 'hard,' or 'tenuis' are sometimes used.New Latin Grammar|Charles E. Bennett