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Friday word: Tittle

Tittle (n.): the dot over an "i" or "j"; also: a very small part

Examples:


  1. <we have examined every last tittle of evidence available and can find nothing to support his claims>

  2. <there's not a tittle of sense in that book>



Etymology:

Middle English titel, from Medieval Latin titulus, from Latin, title

First Known Use: 14th century
Tags: latin, middle english, noun, t, wordsmith: med_cat
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