tyro

or ti·ro

[tahy-roh]

Origin of tyro

First recorded in 1605–15, tyro is from the Latin word tīrō recruit
Related formsty·ron·ic [tahy-ron-ik] /taɪˈrɒn ɪk/, adjective

Synonyms for tyro

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British Dictionary definitions for tyronic

tyro

tiro

noun plural -ros
  1. a novice or beginner
Derived Formstyronic or tironic (taɪˈrɒnɪk), adjective

Word Origin for tyro

C17: from Latin tīrō recruit
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Word Origin and History for tyronic

tyro

n.

1610s, from Medieval Latin tyro, variant of Latin tiro (plural tirones) "young soldier, recruit, beginner," of unknown origin.

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