Definition of Tocos

1. toco [n] - See also: toco



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tocos

tocolytic agent
tocolytic agents
tocolytics
tocometer
tocopherol
tocopherol cyclase
tocopherolquinone
tocopherols
tocopheryl
tocopherylquinone
tocopheryls
tocophobia
tocoquinone
tocororo
tocororos
tocos (current term)
tocotrienol
tocotrienolquinone
tocs
tocsin
tocsins
tocus
tod
todah rabah
todash
today
today's
today is a good day to die
today we are all
todaye

Literary usage of Tocos

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1. Classical Philology by University of Chicago press, JSTOR (Organization) (1909)
"... comes out clearly in Ovid: mille facesse tocos, ... 367; hos ignava tocos tribuit natura puellis; | materia ludunt ..."

2. The Faith of Catholics: Confirmed by Scripture and Attested by the Fathers by Joseph Berington, John Kirk, James Waterworth, Thomas John Capel (1884)
"Nestorius asserted two persons in Christ, and affirmed that the Blessed Virgin ought not to be called Th?o- tocos, mother of God, ..."

3. A Dictionary of Christian Biography, Literature, Sects and Doctrines: Being by Henry Wace (1877)
"... Cyril wrote to all who within his jurisdiction were "practising the solitary life," a long letter, upholding the term Theo- tocos in its true sense, ..."

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