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See also: tino, Tino, tiño, and tiñó



From Oghur, from Proto-Turkic *dạna possibly of Iranian origin, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *dʰa(H)inús.

Compare Chuvash тына (tyna, heifer), Turkish dana (calf, steer), Sanskrit धेनु (dhenu, (milk) cow).


  • IPA(key): [ˈtinoː]
  • Hyphenation: ti‧nó


tinó (plural tinók)

  1. steer (the castrated male of cattle, a young bullock)


Inflection (stem in long/high vowel, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative tinó tinók
accusative tinót tinókat
dative tinónak tinóknak
instrumental tinóval tinókkal
causal-final tinóért tinókért
translative tinóvá tinókká
terminative tinóig tinókig
essive-formal tinóként tinókként
inessive tinóban tinókban
superessive tinón tinókon
adessive tinónál tinóknál
illative tinóba tinókba
sublative tinóra tinókra
allative tinóhoz tinókhoz
elative tinóból tinókból
delative tinóról tinókról
ablative tinótól tinóktól
Possessive forms of tinó
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. tinóm tinóim
2nd person sing. tinód tinóid
3rd person sing. tinója tinói
1st person plural tinónk tinóink
2nd person plural tinótok tinóitok
3rd person plural tinójuk tinóik