timeous

time·ous

 (tī′məs)
adj.
Timely.

time′ous·ly adv.

timeous

(ˈtaɪməs)
adj
Scot in good time; sufficiently early: a timeous warning.
[C15: Scottish; see time, -ous]
ˈtimeously adv

time•ous

(ˈtaɪ məs)

adj. Scot.
timely.
[1425–75; late Middle English (Scots) tymys (see -ish1), with suffix later sp. as if -ous]
Translations

timeous

adjrechtzeitig, zur rechten Zeit
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