Tyr

[ teer, tyr ]
/ tɪər, tür /

noun Scandinavian Mythology.

the god of strife.

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Origin of Tyr

< Old Norse Týr (plural tívar gods); see Tiu

Definition for tyr (2 of 2)

Tyr

Biochemistry. tyrosine.
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British Dictionary definitions for tyr

Tyr

Tyrr

/ (tjʊə, tɪə) /

noun

Norse myth the god of war, son of OdinAnglo-Saxon counterpart: Tiu
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Medical definitions for tyr

Tyr

abbr.

tyrosine
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