tiny

[tahy-nee]
adjective, tinier, tiniest.
very small; minute; wee.

Origin:
1590–1600; late Middle English tine very small (< ?) + -y1

tinily, adverb
tininess, noun


little, diminutive, teeny.
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tiny (ˈtaɪnɪ)
 
adj , tinier, tiniest
very small; minute
 
[C16 tine, of uncertain origin]
 
'tinily
 
adv
 
'tininess
 
n

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tiny
c.1400, tyne "very small," perhaps from tine.
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Tiny definition


1. A language which provides concurrency through message-passing to named message queues.
2. A tool written by Michael Wolfe at Oregon Graduate Institute of Science &amp; Technology for examining array data dependence algorithms and program transformations for scientific computations.
Extended Tiny was used to implement the Omega test. Michael Wolfe has also made extensions to his version of tiny.
(1994-12-12)
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Example sentences
Small fragments cannot be treated in the same way, as they are often too tiny
  to be connected with metal hardware.
Water vapour condenses to form thousands of tiny water droplets which scatter
  light.
The millions of tiny polyps that compose the coral ensnare and devour tiny
  organisms.
Tiny beachfront lot accommodates plenty of outdoor living.
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