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Jul 28
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tee'-oh

noun ( uncle )

Examples

  1. 1:

    Del lado de mi madre tengo tres tíos, pero ninguno del lado de mi padre.

    I have three uncles on my mother's side, but none on my father's.

  2. 2:

    Mi tío es también mi padrino.

    My uncle is also my godfather.

Notes

  1. In Spain, particularly, "tío" is also used to refer to any man, much like the English "guy" (or "bloke").
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nah-dahr'
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bah'-kah
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eh-skoh-lahr'
Jul 23
oh-lehr'
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eh-speh'-hoh
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ow-sehn'-teh
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keh-brahr'
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nah-rees'
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ohr-deh-nah'-doh
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ah-pah-gahr'
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noo'-beh
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oo-meel'-deh
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ehn-vohl-vehr'
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trah'-heh
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ohk-see-dehn-tahl'
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boh-rrahr'
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oh-pwehs'-toh
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doh-lehr'
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dee-boo'-hoh
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swah'-veh
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bi-lahr'
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weh'-soh
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ehn-kahr-gah'-doh
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ehm-poo-hahr'
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hoo-vehn-tood'
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sehn-see'-yoh
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choh-kahr'
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