Definitions for timeousˈtaɪ məs
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Origin of timeous:
1425–75; late ME (Scots) tymys (see -ish1), with suffix later sp. as if -ous
in sufficient time; timely
Origin: From earlier timous, from tymous, *, equivalent to . Cognate with timeous.
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