Definition of Titoki

1. a New Zealand tree [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Titoki

titlers
titles
titless
titling
titlings
titlist
titlists
titlo
titlos
titman
titmen
titmice
titmose
titmouse
titmouses
titoki (current term)
titokis
titrability
titrable
titrant
titrants
titratability
titratable
titratable acidity test
titrate
titrated
titrates
titrating
titration
titrations

Literary usage of Titoki

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Adventure in New Zealand from 1839 to 1844: With Some Account of the by Edward Jerningham Wakefield, Robert Stout (1908)
"... Auckland—Its harbour and the neighbouring country—Its society—Parkhurst boys—Picnics and balls at Wellington—Exports—Dye-bark—titoki oil—Mr. Swainson's ..."

2. Adventure in New Zealand by Edward Jerningham Wakefield (1845)
"... Auckland—Its harbour and the neighbouring country—Its society—Parkhurst boys—Picnics and balls at Wellington—Exports—Dye-bark— titoki oil—Mr. Swainson's ..."

3. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
""titoki, a beautiful tree with large panicles of reddish flowers . ... 317 : " The berry of the titoki tree might turned to account. ..."

4. The Maori-Polynesian Comparative Dictionary by Edward Tregear (1891)
"2. Bad fern-root. 3. To tie in a bow or slip-knot. titoki, (also ... excelsum) : Ko nga rangatira о te tau titoki—Prov. titoki, to chop, to hew. ..."

5. Te Ika a Maui, Or, New Zealand and Its Inhabitants: Illustrating the Origin by Richard Taylor (1870)
"... black seed in the centre; the fruit is tart, though edible, and from, the seed a fine oil is expressed; in the south, the fruit is called titoki, ..."

6. Te Ika a Maui, Or, New Zealand and Its Inhabitants: Illustrating the Origin by Richard Taylor (1870)
"... shining black seed in the centre; the fruit is tart, though edible, and from the seed a fine oil is expressed; in the south, the fruit is called titoki, ..."

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