"tiroo" meaning in Yoruba

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Noun

IPA: /tì.ɾóò/
Etymology: {{{1}}} Etymology templates: {{if both|tíìnì|tẹ̀lẹ́ríọ́mù|rowspan="2"}}, {{!-}} |-, {{!}} |, {{!}} |, {{l|yo|tíìnì}} tíìnì, {{!-}} |-, {{l|yo|tẹ̀lẹ́ríọ́mù}} tẹ̀lẹ́ríọ́mù, {{topics|yo|Chemical elements|sort=}}, {{elements/dowork|demo=|lang=yo|next1=tẹ̀lẹ́ríọ́mù|next2=|next_qual=Te|prev1=tíìnì|prev2=|prev_qual=Sn|sort=|symbol=Sb}}, {{elements|yo|Sb|tíìnì|Sn|tẹ̀lẹ́ríọ́mù|Te}} {{{1}}} Head templates: {{head|yo|noun|head=tìróò}} tìróò, {{yo-pos|noun|tìróò}} tìróò, {{yo-noun|tìróò}} tìróò Forms: tìróò [canonical]
  1. A dark powder similar to kohl, made from powered galena or antimony, and used as traditional Yoruba eye makeup
    Sense id: tiroo-yo-noun-nvd1jeqG
  2. antimony (chemical element, Sb, atomical number 51)
    Sense id: tiroo-yo-noun-S.Gm4pbK Synonyms: mẹ́tàlì adágbámú

Download JSON data for tiroo meaning in Yoruba (2.3kB)

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