There are also extant three letters to tiro and one to M. Cicero.
How it interests e'en a beginner(Or tiro) like dear little Ned!
One last glance at him which we can credit is given in that letter to tiro, and that we admit seems to us to be hypocritical.
tiro has been made a freedman, and has bought a farm for himself.
In the same letter Cicero tells us that tiro had collected about seventy of his letters with a view to publication.
The story about Philogonus is refuted by the silence of tiro.
He is referring to his promise to emancipate tiro on a particular day.
tiro may have obtained from Terentia copies of letters written to her.
Nam Ciceronis ad præsens modo tempus aptatos libertus tiro contraxit.
It is obvious that tiro thought the passage compromising and struck it out.
1610s, from Medieval Latin tyro, variant of Latin tiro (plural tirones) "young soldier, recruit, beginner," of unknown origin.