TITE
   A descent group of Volterra best known for the tuff funerary stele of Avile Tite holding a spear dating to the sixth century BC.

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  • Tite — is the name of: *William Tite (1798 ndash;1873), English architect *Tite Curet Alonso (1926 ndash;2003), Puerto Rican composer of over 2000 salsa songs *Adenor Leonardo Bacchi (born 1961), Brazilian footballer, trainer and chief manager *Tite… …   Wikipedia

  • tite — titè interj. šekite: Titè dar̃ suvalgykit kopūstų, o paskui mėsos Arm …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • tite — al·bi·tite; al·lac·tite; alush·tite; am·a·ran·tite; anal·ci·tite; an·or·thi·tite; ap·a·tite; ap·pe·tite; ar·gen·tite; as·phal·tite; as·tite; at·e·les·tite; at·lan·tite; au·gi·tite; bal·lis·tite; bas·tite; bil·lie·tite; bi·o·tite; bi·par·tite;… …   English syllables

  • Tite — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Tite (homonymie) et Saint Tite. Tite est un apôtre du Christ qui fut collaborateur et compagnon de voyage de Paul de Tarse, et plus tard évêque de la Crète. En Occident, il est associé à l apôtre Timothée pour… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • ætite — ⇒AÉTITE, ÆTITE, subst. fém. MINÉR. Variété de peroxyde de fer hydraté ou d ocre jaune à forme de géode, appelée vulgairement pierre d aigle et considérée autrefois comme douée de vertus thérapeutiques : • L ætite, ou pierre d aigle, se présente… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • titė — 1 tìtė sf. (2) Š; NdŽ, DŽ1, KŽ, Rmš, Kp, Kpr, PnmR; Kos56, G117, RtŽ, L382, Rtr, FrnW žaislas (vk.): Duok vaikui tìtę, kad neverktų Švnč. Čia tìtės vaikų Str. Aš tau, vaikeli, tìčių nupirksiu, tik neverk Ml. Tai graži tìtė – gaidžiukas Trgn …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • tite —  1) a tite, a fountain of water, or rather a small run or rill of water, dam d across for the convenience of catching water for family uses. Glouc.  2) soon. As TITE, i. e. as soon. York. W. R …   A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • Tite — Recorded in a wide range of spellings including Tye, Tie, Tight, Tyt, Titt, Tittle, Tythe, and Tyght, this interesting surname is English. It is topographical originating from lands known as tye , which were common lands usually near to a village …   Surnames reference

  • tite — I Cleveland Dialect List soon, readily, willingly: Ah wad as tite gan as stay II North Country (Newcastle) Words soon, easily, well; titter sooner, rather, earlier …   English dialects glossary

  • tite — Cool; bomb. That s tite …   Dictionary of american slang

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