How to Pronounce toitoi?

Correct pronunciation for the word "toitoi" is [tˈɔ͡ɪtɔ͡ɪ], [tˈɔ‍ɪtɔ‍ɪ], [t_ˈɔɪ_t_ɔɪ].

What are the misspellings for toitoi?

  • toitroi,
  • toiroi,
  • toittoi,
  • toitoik,
  • Tuitui,
  • Toytoy,
  • toito i,
  • toitki,
  • Toutou,
  • tohtoi,
  • Taitie,
  • tioti,
  • tyoitoi,
  • tooi,
  • toiotoi,
  • tuitu,
  • toit5oi,
  • toitkoi

"Toitoi" in context

Toitoi, sometimes known as Chionochloa rigida, is a tufted grass that grows in New Zealand and is very popular for a variety of uses. Toitoi is a full-bodied grass with its stems reaching 1-2 meters. It has soft, silver-green leaves, flattened flower heads and a seed head that is a shaving brush-shaped tuft of bristles. Toitoi grows well in wet, marshy ground and can also be found in dry areas.

Toitoi is a popular choice for use as an ornamental lawn grass.

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