Common misspellings for tuscan:
taskin, tucan, musicain, dasaquin, musicon, musican, sscan, tuscana, tocan, taskman, datesjune, desicgner, toucn, dauschund, tucsn, tuson, tcuson, dauscund, tenacny, tucon, kitschen, taeceyon, tuscon, phsican, musicaian, desciscon, tuscano, tsuani, tuscanu, taujuan, ttuhsc, toucin, tsuanmi, tsuuji, tscuk, taeceyeon, tuscauny, tsken, thiscan, tusacoola, tuicion, taskand, tsumani, tucscon, desicon, tucosn, tuffskin, ducan, tasken, phsycain, tuscanny, fuschon, tucsan, tusan, tuscanie, viewscan, tusco, desisicon, catscan, diocescan, pyhsicain, tesical, tostan, tosca, tuncan, tuccson, tucany, ruscan, fuscan, guscan, yuscan, 6uscan, 5uscan, tyscan, thscan, tjscan, tiscan, t8scan, t7scan, tuacan, tuzcan, tuxcan, tudcan, tuecan, tuwcan, tusxan, tusvan, tusdan, tusczn, tuscsn, tuscwn, tuscqn, tuscab, tuscam, tuscaj, tuscah, rtuscan, ftuscan, tfuscan, gtuscan, tguscan, ytuscan, tyuscan, 6tuscan, t6uscan, 5tuscan, t5uscan, tuyscan, thuscan, tuhscan, tjuscan, tujscan, tiuscan, tuiscan, t8uscan, tu8scan, t7uscan, tu7scan, tuascan, tusacan, tuzscan, tuszcan, tuxscan, tusxcan, tudscan, tusdcan, tuescan, tusecan, tuwscan, tuswcan, tuscxan, tusvcan, tuscvan, tusfcan, tuscfan, tuscdan, tusczan, tuscazn, tuscsan, tuscasn, tuscwan, tuscawn, tuscqan, tuscaqn, tuscabn, tuscanb, tuscamn, tuscanm, tuscajn, tuscanj, tuscahn, tuscanh, uscan, tscan, tuscn, tusca, utscan, tsucan, tusacn, tuscna, ttuscan, tuuscan, tusscan, tusccan, tuscaan, tuscann, 4uscan, tuscan, duscan, puscan, vuscan, uuscan, t5scan, tescan, tqscan, twscan, ttscan, tu3can, tuccan, tuqcan, tussan, tuskan, tusgan, tusaan, tuscin, tuscen, tusccn, tuscaf, tuscal, tuscao, t uscan, tu scan, tus can, tusc an, tusca n.
Definition of tuscan:
- a dialect of Italian spoken in Tuscany ( especially Florence)
- a resident of Tuscany
- Of or pertaining to Tuscany in Italy; -- specifically designating one of the five orders of architecture recognized and described by the Italian writers of the 16th century, or characteristic of the order. The original of this order was not used by the Greeks, but by the Romans under the Empire. See Order, and Illust. of Capital.
- A native or inhabitant of Tuscany.
- Pertaining to Tuscany, or to an order of architecture.
- One of the people of Tuscany.
- The purest type of the Italian language spoken in Tuscany, especially at Florence.
- Arch. A Roman order of architecture, allied to the Doric.
- An inhabitant or native of Tuscany.
- a classical order similar to Roman Doric
- Pertaining to Tuscany, a province of west central Italy.
- Pertaining to Tuscany. Tuscan order, the simplest of the five classic orders of architecture.
- Of or pert. to Tuscany, in Italy- applied to one of the five orders or architecture, which allows no ornaments or fluting; applied to a fine kind of straw- plait.
Usage examples for tuscan
However, the luggage was bundled on to the top by Our Lady's grace, without dissolution of continuity; the lean- limbed horses were induced by explosive volleys of sound Tuscan oaths to make a feeble and spasmodic effort; and bit by bit the sad little cavalcade began slowly to ascend the interminable hill that rises by long loops to the platform of the Prefettura. The Woman Who Did by Grant Allen