tid

ag·nos·tid;
an·a·ban·tid;
an·a·tid;
at·tid;
bal·an·tid·i·al;
bal·an·tid·i·um;
bel·o·stom·a·tid;
blas·tid;
brevi·cip·i·tid;
ca·thar·tid;
chro·ma·tid;
chro·mo·plas·tid;
cot·tid;
cys·tid;
cys·tid·ea;
cys·tid·e·an;
cys·tid·i·um;
del·tid·i·al;
del·tid·i·um;
den·dro·co·lap·tid;
der·mat·o·phy·tid;
dip·neus·tid;
ep·i·der·moph·y·tid;
ep·i·glot·tid·e·an;
fas·tid·i·ous;
fas·tid·i·ous·ly;
fas·tid·i·ous·ness;
fas·tid·i·um;
fa·tid·ic;
fe·tid·i·ty;
gon·o·blas·tid·i·al;
gon·o·blas·tid·i·um;
he·ma·tid;
hy·da·tid;
hy·da·tid·i·form;
hy·da·tid·o·cele;
hy·da·tid·osis;
ic·tid·o·saur;
leu·co·plas·tid;
li·this·tid;
mono·cys·tid;
mono·cys·tid·ea;
ni·tid·i·ty;
no·tid·a·ni;
no·tid·a·noi·dea;
no·tid·a·nus;
no·to·nec·tid;
nu·cle·o·tid·ase;
om·ma·tid·i·al;
om·ma·tid·i·um;
oo·tid;
peri·pa·tid·ea;
phas·ma·tid;
phyl·lo·cer·a·tid;
phyl·lo·stom·a·tid;
pin·tid;
plas·tid;
plas·tid·i·um;
plas·tid·u·lar;
plas·tid·ule;
pro·glot·tid;
pu·tid;
re·cep·tac·u·li·tid;
rhy·tid·odon;
sar·co·cys·tid·e·an;
sper·ma·tid;
TID;
tid·al;
tid·bit;
tid·dle;
tid·dle·dies;
tid·dle·dy·wink;
tid·dler;
tid·dly·wink;
tid·dy;
tid·ed;
tid·ley;
tid·ol·o·gy;
trich·o·phy·tid;
vas·tid·i·ty;
pep·tid·er·gic;
qua·dran·tid;
ba·lis·tid;
blat·tid;
bu·pres·tid;
cae·no·les·tid;
chey·le·tid;
cri·ce·tid;
der·mes·tid;
en·cho·don·tid;
en·cyr·tid;
exo·coe·tid;
gym·no·tid;
hex·am·i·tid;
kal·o·ter·mi·tid;
la·cer·tid;
lyc·tid;
man·tid;
mono·grap·tid;
myl·i·ob·a·tid;
ni·tid·u·lid;
no·tharc·tid;
no·to·don·tid;
no·tom·ma·tid;
no·to·ryc·tid;
ole·threu·tid;
orib·a·tid;
os·tom·a·tid;
phyc·i·tid;
phy·top·tid;
pleu·ro·nec·tid;
quo·tid·i·an;
rhi·noc·er·o·tid;
sar·cop·tid;
sem·i·o·no·tid;
sto·mi·a·tid;
syn·ap·tid;
tid;
tid·dly;
tid·ing;
tur·ri·tid;
uro·cop·tid;
uro·pel·tid;
ver·me·tid;
vom·ba·tid;
ypon·o·meu·tid;
za·phren·tid;
zo·ni·tid;
ae·o·lo·so·ma·tid;
am·mo·coe·tid;
am·y·lo·plas·tid;
an·tid·ro·mal;
bal·an·tid·ic;
bal·an·tid·i·o·sis;
car·y·a·tid·ic;
chae·te·tid;
chi·as·mo·don·tid;
das·y·proc·tid;
en·do·cer·a·tid;
eu·plo·tid;
fa·tid·i·cal;
go·ni·ati·tid;
gon·o·blas·tid;
hip·pol·y·tid;
hip·pu·ri·tid;
lab·y·rin·tho·don·tid;
lip·i·do·plas·tid;
phos·pha·tid·ic;
plas·tid·i·al;
pro·glot·tid·e·an;
pu·tid·ly;
rhip·i·dis·tid;
ru·dis·tid;
sar·co·cys·tid·i·an;
tid·al·ly;
tid·dley·wink;
trach·odon·tid;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • Tid — Tid, a. [Cf. AS. tedre, tydere, weak, tender.] Tender; soft; nice; now only used in tidbit. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • TID — is a three letter acronym that may refer to:* Tag identification memory, in a Gen 2 RFID tag, this consists of memory about the tag itself, such as the tag ID. *Terminal Identification Number A number linked to a POS terminal that can be used to… …   Wikipedia

  • tid´al|ly — tid|al «TY duhl», adjective. 1. of tides; having tides; caused by tides. A tidal river is affected by the ocean s tide. 2. dependent on the state of the tide as to time of arrival and departure: »a tidal steamer. –tid´al|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • tid|al — «TY duhl», adjective. 1. of tides; having tides; caused by tides. A tidal river is affected by the ocean s tide. 2. dependent on the state of the tide as to time of arrival and departure: »a tidal steamer. –tid´al|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • TID — Tendance indépendance et démocratie La Tendance indépendance et démocratie (TID) est une tendance de l UNEF ID, elle est apparue peu avant le congrès de Clermont Ferrand de 1993. Elle est née de la fusion de plusieurs tendances dans le but de… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • TID — Die Abkürzung TID steht für: Thermionischer Detektor Tibet Initiative Deutschland e.V. Tour International Danubien, die längste Kanu und Ruderwanderfahrt der Welt auf der Donau Transponder Identnummer, die sogenannte Tagidentifikation, enthält… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • TID — time interval difference [imaging]; titrated initial dose; transient ischemic dilatation; trusted image discrimination * * * tid abbr [Latin ter in die] three times a day used in writing prescriptions …   Medical dictionary

  • tíd — f ( e/ e) time, period, season, while; hour; feast day, festal tide; canonical hour or service; on tíde at the proper time; forðgewiten tíd/tíma past tense …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • tid — I. ˈtid noun ( s) Etymology: alteration of tide (I) 1. chiefly Scotland : a right time or season especially for an agricultural activity 2. chiefly Scotland : mood …   Useful english dictionary

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