[ tee ]
/ ti /
noun, plural tis. Music.
the syllable for the seventh tone of a diatonic scale.
(in the fixed system of solmization) the tone B.
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- thérèse de lisieux,
- théâtre français,
- tia juana,
- tia maria,
Compare sol-fa(def 1).
Origin of ti1
1835–45; substituted for si to avoid confusion with the sharp of sol. See gamut
[ tee ]
/ ti /
noun, plural tis.
a widely cultivated tropical plant, Cordyline terminalis, of the agave family, having narrow, leathery, often variegated leaves and yellowish, white, or reddish flowers.
Origin of ti2
Borrowed into English from Polynesian around 1830–40
[ tiz ]
/ tɪz /
a contraction of it is.
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/ (tiː) /
music a variant spelling of te
/ (tiː) /
noun plural tis
a woody palmlike agave plant, Cordyline terminalis, of the East Indies, having white, mauve, or reddish flowers. The sword-shaped leaves are used for garments, fodder, thatch, etc, and the root for food and liquor
a similar and related plant, Cordyline australis, of New Zealand
Word Origin for ti
of Polynesian origin
the chemical symbol for
/ (tɪz) poetic, or dialect /
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abbreviation of it is, first recorded mid-15c.
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The symbol for the elementtitanium
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The symbol for titanium.
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