any of various small reddish or grayish monkeys of the genus Callicebus, of South America.
Other definitions for titi (2 of 2)
a shrub or small tree of the southern U.S., Cliftonia monophylla(black titi ), having glossy leaves and elongated clusters of fragrant white flowers.
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How to use titi in a sentence
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He argued that titi was stunning and had a magnificent presence, but to no avail.
It was a beautiful little creature—a true saïmiri, or squirrel-monkey, called the “titi.”Popular Adventure Tales | Mayne Reid
I gave twenty francs to the troopers of my peloton to drink my health, and I did not forget my friends titi and Piatte.
By de Lanoy's advice I gave titi five francs to buy a two-gallon jar of wine for the troopers belonging to my peloton.
British Dictionary definitions for titi (1 of 3)
any of several small omnivorous New World monkeys of the genus Callicebus, of South America, having long beautifully coloured fur and a long nonprehensile tail
British Dictionary definitions for titi (2 of 3)
any of various evergreen shrubs or small trees of the family Cyrillaceae of the southern US, esp the leatherwood and Cliftonia monophylla, which has white or pinkish fragrant flowers
British Dictionary definitions for titi (3 of 3)
NZ the sooty shearwater, Puffinus griseus: See muttonbird (def. 1)
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