Toronto

[tuh-ron-toh]
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noun

a city in and the capital of Ontario, in SE Canada, on Lake Ontario.

Related formsTo·ron·to·ni·an [tawr-uh n-toh-nee-uh n, tor-, tuh-ron-] /ˌtɔr ənˈtoʊ ni ən, ˌtɒr-, tə rɒn-/, adjective, noun
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Torontonian

adjective

of or relating to Toronto or its inhabitants

noun

a native or inhabitant of Toronto

Toronto

noun

a city in S central Canada, capital of Ontario, on Lake Ontario: the major industrial centre of Canada; two universities. Pop: 2 481 494 (2001)
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Word Origin and History for torontonian

Toronto

city in Ontario, Canada, founded 1793 as York, renamed 1834 for a native village that appears on a 1656 map as Tarantou. from an Iroquoian source, original form and sense unknown; perhaps taron-to-hen "wood in the water," or Huron deondo "meeting place."

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torontonian in Culture

Toronto

Capital of Ontario, Canada, and the largest city in the province, in southern Ontario on Lake Ontario; the largest city in Canada; a commercial, financial, industrial, and cultural center of Canada.

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