American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The symbol for the element titanium.
- abbr. Bible Titus
- n. chemistry Symbol for the element titanium.
“The Damascus Steel Ascent Ti is made using an ancient steel forging method which consists of continuous folding and hammer-forging to improve the strength and hardness of the metal.”
“(Martinicans cushion the blow by mixing their rum with cane syrup, a squeeze of lime -- a drink they call Ti Punch.)”
“Ti is execrated, even to-day, by a nation whose love for the written word amounts to veneration.”
“Chuang says that a monastery in Magadha which he calls Ti-lo-shi-ka had "four courts with three storeyed halls, lofty terraces and a succession of open passages ....”
“Hailing from another Rocky Mountain-based frame builder, the Torrey Ti is beautifully handcrafted from 3/2.5 seamless titanium in Dean’s Boulder, Colorado, facility.”
“It's been an incredible journey for Piero Barone (17), Ignazio Boschetto (16) and Gianluca Ginoble (16) that started in 2009 when they met doing an Italian music competition show titled Ti Lascio Una Canzone (Leavin' You a Song).”
“Next time in SF, try a cute crepe place called Ti Couz... fondest memories, and best crepes ever!”
“There was the wild yam, and a liliaceous plant called Ti, which grows in abundance, and has a soft brown root, in shape and size like a huge log of wood: this served us for dessert, for it is as sweet as treacle, and with a pleasant taste.”
“While numerous spirits associated with natural phenomena were recognized -- spirits of mountains and rivers, of land and grain, of the four quarters of the heavens, the sun, moon, and stars -- they were all subordinated to the supreme Heaven-god, T'ien (Heaven) also called Ti (Lord), or Shang-ti (Supreme Lord).”
“Korean priest called Ti-Kuan  re-established it in China.”
‘Ti’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Ti.