noun, plural Ti·cos [tee-kohz; Spanish tee-kaws] /ˈti koʊz; Spanish ˈti kɔs/.
Origin of Tico
Examples from the Web for tico
Contemporary Examples of tico
She has written for The New York Sun, GothamSchools, the Tico Times, and Fodor's Travel Guides.TV's Teen Mom Explosion
January 30, 2010
She has written for the New York Sun, GothamSchools, the Tico Times, and Fodor's Travel Guides.Michael Moore's Muse
October 6, 2009
Liz Goodwin has written for the New York Sun, GothamSchools, the Tico Times, and Fodor's Travel Guides.The Next Sarah Palin?
August 18, 2009
Historical Examples of tico
Then, followed by the dripping Tico, she raced away to camp.
“God, and Tico,” whispered the girl as she sank down upon a chair.
Tico,” the boy said, speaking to the dog cowering at his feet, “show us the way.
Next morning Jeanne and Tico, the bear, wandered away into the forest.Green Eyes
Roy J. Snell
For so much gold, Tico Viquez intimated, he would lead the señor to the hut in question.The Shadow