See also: Tuya

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EnglishEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Named after Tuya Butte, in British Columbia.

NounEdit

tuya ‎(plural tuyas)

  1. (geology) mesa formed by a volcano under a glacier.

SpanishEdit

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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈtu.ʝ̞a], [ˈtu.ʎa̠]
  • (Rioplatense) IPA(key): [ˈtu.ʒa̠]

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin tua, singular feminine form of tuus ‎(your)

PronounEdit

tuya

  1. feminine singular of tuyo

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AdjectiveEdit

tuya

  1. feminine singular of tuyo

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Etymology 2Edit

From New Latin, from Ancient Greek θυία ‎(thuía), an African tree that was formerly included in the genus.

NounEdit

tuya f ‎(plural tuyas)

  1. (botany) (Thuja) thuja.

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Etymology 3Edit

From English tuya, from an Athabaskan language.

NounEdit

tuya f ‎(plural tuyas)

  1. (geology) tuya.
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