noun tor·nil·lo \tr-ˈnē-(ˌ)yō, -ˈni-(ˌ)lō\
plural tor·nil·los

Definition of TORNILLO

:  screwbean 1

Origin of TORNILLO

Spanish, literally, small lathe, screw, diminutive of torno lathe, from Latin tornus — more at turn
First Known Use: circa 1844


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