See also: tio, tío, tio-, -tio, and ti'o

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EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Old Catalan tihó, from Latin tītiōnem. Compare Occitan tison, French tison, Spanish tizón.

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NounEdit

tió m (plural tions)

  1. The lowest part of a tree trunk, usually used for firewood as it is not suitable for use as lumber due to the rapidly diverging grain.

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