Definition of Torot

1. torah [n] - See also: torah



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Torot

toroidal
toroidal beta
toroidal current
toroidal divertor
toroidal field coils
toroidal flux
toroidal magnetic cusps
toroidally
toroidic
toroids
toros
torosaurus
torose
torosities
torosity
torot (current term)
toroth
torous
torovirus
torovirus infections
torpedinous
torpedo
torpedo-boat destroyer
torpedo boat
torpedo boats
torpedo bomber
torpedo punt
torpedo punts
torpedo roll
torpedo rolls

Literary usage of Torot

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1. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge edited by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1863)
"... all the cities of the kingdom, each of which has an arena of greater or less magnificence, called tho plata dt torot, set apart for this entertainment. ..."

2. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1899)
"... o««tl« »n6 to 8p>-2^ tor tn« pot^torot. Nr. >V. ^V. Hubd«,r6, ... tn« pot^torot, »r« 8c> inn,rlc«n ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1875)
"... and pointing to another picture, slowly shouts—" Well, sir, what is that intended to ree-present ? " The valet promptly responds, " Tiu- torot ..."

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