an ancient Roman goddess of the earth, marriage, and fertility, identified with the Greek goddess Gaea.
the Roman goddess of the earth; protectress of marriage, fertility, and the dead
noun, plural tellies. British Informal. 1. television. 2. a television receiving set. noun, British Informal. 1. television. noun (pl) -lies 1. (informal, mainly Brit) short for television
hill of salt, a place in Babylon from which the Jews returned (id.).
/tel’net/ 1. The Internet standard protocol for remote login. Runs on top of TCP/IP. Defined in STD 8, RFC 854 and extended with options by many other RFCs. Unix BSD networking software includes a program, telnet, which uses the protocol and acts as a terminal emulator for the remote login session. Sometimes abbreviated to TN. […]
1. variant of tele-1 : telodynamic. 1. variant of tele-2 : telophase. combining form 1. complete; final; perfect: telophase 2. end; at the end: telencephalon telo- or tel- pref. End: telophase.