Tit

tit
1. A small horse.
2. A woman; used in contempt.
3. A morsel; a bit.
4. OE.; cf. Icel. Titter a tit or small bird. The word probably meant originally, something small, and is perhaps the same as teat. Cf. Titmouse, Tittle.
(Science: ornithology) Any one of numerous species of small singing birds belonging to the families Paridae and Leiotrichidae; a titmouse. The European meadow pipit; a titlark. Ground tit.
Any one of numerous species of Asiatic and Esat indian birds belonging to Suthora and allied genera. In some respects they are intermediate between the thrushes and titmice.


You will also like...

Non-Mendelian Inheritance
Non-Mendelian Inheritance

In this tutorial, find out more about certain types of inheritance that does not follow the Mendelian inheritance patter..

Chromosome Mutations
Chromosome Mutations

Mutations can also influence the phenotype of an organism. This tutorial looks at the effects of chromosomal mutations, ..

Young plant growing from the soil.
Soils

Nutrients in the soil are essential to the proper growth of a land plant. This tutorial deals with the properties of soi..

Genetic Mutations
Chromosome Mutations – II

This tutorial is a continuation of the first lesson on chromosomal mutation. Here, find out the chromosomal aberrations ..

Plant Water Regulation
Plant Water Regulation

Plants need to regulate water in order to stay upright and structurally stable. Find out the different evolutionary adap..

Community Patterns

Learn about community patterns and the ecological factors influencing these patterns. Revisit some of the ecosystems you..