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From Spanish tilde, from Latin titulus (superscript).

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Singular
Tilde

Plural
Tildes

Tilde (plural Tildes)
  1. (orthography): A diacritical mark placed above a letter to modify its pronunciation, such as by palatalization in Spanish words or nasalization in Portuguese words.
  2. A key found on some types of keyboards.
  3. A character resembling a curved hyphen (~). ASCII character 126. May represent approximation.

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Commonly used for these letters: ã, õ, and ñ; Vietnamese and Guaraní use it for several other letters.

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Tilde

  1. The singular past indicative and subjunctive of tillen.

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  • Hyphenation: til‧de
  • IPA: /ˈtilde(ʔ)/

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Tilde

  1. tilde

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tilde m.

  1. tilde

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Tilde

  1. tilde

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tilde m. and f. (plural tildi)

  1. tilde (all senses)

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From Latin titulus (superscript).

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Tilde m. and f. (plural Tildes) (usually feminine)

  1. tilde
  2. accent mark
  3. criticism, censure

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In Spanish, the “tilde” refers to a diacritic in general, including the acute accent, as in á, but especially the diacritic ñ.

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Tilde (infinitive tildar)

  1. formal second-person singular (usted) imperative form of tildar.
  2. first-person singular (yo) present subjunctive form of tildar.
  3. formal second-person singular (usted) present subjunctive form of tildar.
  4. third-person singular (él, ella, also used with usted?) present subjunctive form of tildar.

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  • From Spanish "tilde"

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Tilde (definite accusative Tildeyi, plural Tildeler)

  1. tilde

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da:tilde et:tilde es:tilde fr:tilde io:tilde it:tilde hu:tilde no:tilde pt:tilde ru:tilde fi:tilde sv:tilde tr:tilde vi:tilde zh:tilde

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