[ tee-oo ]
/ ˈti u /
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an English god of the sky and of war, the equivalent of Tyr in Scandinavian mythology.
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Origin of Tiu
Variant of Old English Tiw god of war. See Tuesday
Words nearby Tiu
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How to use Tiu in a sentence
Per tiu ĉi libreto mi havas la honoron prezenti al vi la lingvon internacian Esperanto.
Tiki Tiu closed his eyes and let blue smoke filter through his nostrils.
He mentioned his disappointment at these evidences of civilization to Tiki Tiu, the astute native who kept the general store.
He prudently decided to stay in his cave until the sails of Tiki Tiu's schooner hove in sight.
The demonstrative pronoun tiu, that, is used to indicate a person or a definitely specified thing.A Complete Grammar of Esperanto|Ivy Kellerman Reed
British Dictionary definitions for Tiu
/ (ˈtiːuː) /
(in Anglo-Saxon mythology) the god of war and the skyNorse counterpart: Tyr
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