Definition of Tichy

1. small [adj TICHIER, TICHIEST] - See also: small



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tichy

ticcers
ticcing
tice
ticed
ticement
ticements
tices
tich
tichel
tichels
tiches
tichier
tichiest
tichodrome
tichorrhine
tichy (current term)
ticilimumab
ticing
tick
tick-and-flick
tick-borne disease
tick-borne diseases
tick-borne encephalitis
tick-borne encephalitis virus
tick-borne fever
tick-borne rickettsioses of the eastern hemisphere
tick-borne virus
tick-tack-toe
tick-tock
tick-weed

Literary usage of Tichy

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1. The New York Times Current History (1918)
"After the tichy woman understood the purport of the proclamation, she became excited ... But the daughter of the tichy woman, a minor, gave the copy to one ..."

2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"Dr. tichy kindly sent us authentic samples of the cis and irons acids, ... (35) M. tichy, J. Jonas, and J. Sicher, ibid., 24, 3434 (1959). ..."

3. Official Catalogue of Exhibitors (1915)
"tichy, Kaiman. 926. Bunch of Flowers. 927. Gold Rain. tichy, Gyula. !IL'S. Moment and Century. Zador, Istvan. '.IL".I. The Elizabeth Palace: Budapest. ic'.n ..."

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