Definition for TY'RO

TY'RO, n. [L. tiro; Sp. tiron, from tirar, to draw, tug, pull; Port. tirar; Fr. tirer. Hence L. tirocinium.]

  1. A beginner in learning; a noviciate; one who tugs in the rudiments of any branch of study. Hence
  2. A person imperfectly acquainted with a subject.

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