tomo

(redirected from Tomos)
Also found in: Wikipedia.

tomo

(ˈtɒmɒ)
n
(Physical Geography) NZ a shaft formed by the action of water on limestone or volcanic rock
[Māori]
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
References in periodicals archive ?
LAN AR POBOL Y CWM Dydy Tomos West methu cofio ei fywyd heb iddo fod yn rhan o Pobol Y Cwm.
"Gyda stori Courtney, dyma bryd teimlais i fod rhaid i mi ddechrau actio'n go iawn," meddai Tomos.
Halford's Wrekinsport team-mate Tomos Hales was second, although he had a top evening as he finished ahead of Series leader Rich Smith and Rob Jackson, riders who had pushed him into third spot in round seven, with an 11-second improvement.
Leigh Halfpenny is one of five Scarlets players who'll be in PRO14 action, while scrum-half Tomos Williams will also get game time with Cardiff Blues after missing last weekend's England clash with a calf injury.
Tomos Provis, 11, sings along to a pop song with his new friend fred Dowell, 82, a patient there.
Tomos is one of 12 children trained 1them to technology and keep them company.
Eleven-year-old Tomos Provis is singing along to a pop song with his new friend, 82-year-old Fred Dowell, a patient on the ward.
TOMOS JONES, a 13-year-old Holywell schoolboy, has been named the winner of a national photography competition launched by one of the UK's largest independent foster agencies, Foster Care Associates (FCA).
Paquetes de tomos anteriores disponibles * de The Southwestern Naturalist de 1956 a 2004 (Volumenes 149) se venden por US$100 mas US$25 por costos de envio.
DRAWING on the determination which saw him take part in a horseback expedition to Mongolia, Tomos Davies is rallying support for a trust fund set up in memory of a housemate who died tragically on an evening out with friends.
Community First Responder Tomos Hughes was first on the scene.