noun, plural ty·ros.
Origin of tyro
Examples from the Web for tyros
But then, faced with the growing influence of the tyros, many of them started to listen and learn.
The corollary is that tired feeling which must have sorely tried the tyros or young recruits.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
That accounts for the fact that some tyros never repeat their primal successes.The Footlights Fore and Aft|Channing Pollock
As is common with all tyros, he fancied a very little knowledge sufficient authority for very great theories.Satanstoe|James Fenimore Cooper
On the morning to which we referred in this chapter our two young friends started out, not as tyros, but as experienced fishers.The Cave by the Beech Fork|Henry S. Spalding
You fellows, continued Don, turning to the two tyros, had better run along and watch me over the hurdles.For the Honor of the School|Ralph Henry Barbour
British Dictionary definitions for tyros
noun plural -ros
Word Origin for tyro
Word Origin and History for tyros
1610s, from Medieval Latin tyro, variant of Latin tiro (plural tirones) "young soldier, recruit, beginner," of unknown origin.