How Do You Spell TYRO?

The word "tyro" is a noun meaning a beginner or novice. Its spelling is derived from Greek origins and its IPA phonetic transcription is /ˈtaɪɹəʊ/. The "t" is clearly pronounced, followed by the "y" which sounds like "tie". Next, the "r" is articulated with a rolling of the tongue, and finally the "o" sounds like "oh". Despite some confusion with the spelling and pronunciation, "tyro" is commonly used to describe someone who is inexperienced or just starting out in a particular field or activity.