MyrTLe, mėr′TL, n. an evergreen shrub with beautiful and fragrant leaves.
The ends were rounded off or pointed, so that the TL could not stand on them.
The combinations thl, or TL, and lt, are as frequent in the Chinook as in the Mexican.
KirTLe, kėr′TL, n. a sort of gown or outer petticoat: a manTLe.
The Weeyot and the Wishok; in each of which the sound expressed by TL' occurs.
PinTLe, pin′TL, n. a litTLe pin: a long iron bolt: the bolt or pin on which the rudder of a ship turns.
From that ground Khwja Kalns servant aidar-qul was sent to get news (TL tt).
Cu scrt Porcia Nn est inquit hc temerrium14 factum meum, sed in TL stat nostr me25 erg t amris certissimum indicium.
The next most general termination is composed of TL; and many words end with z and ss.
The letter-sequences tn and TL may represent kn (knave, know) and kl/cl.
The symbol for the element thallium.
The symbol for thallium.
A soft, malleable, very poisonous metallic element that is used in photography, in making low-melting and highly refractive glass, and in treating skin infections. Atomic number 81; atomic weight 204.38; melting point 303.5°C; boiling point 1,457°C; specific gravity 11.85; valence 1, 3. See Periodic Table.