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Tinus may refer to:

Tinus is a spider genus in the family Pisauridae.

Tinus is also a short form of the given name Martinus and Marthinus. It may refer to:

Marthinus is a Dutch male given name - a latinised form of Martin.

Tinus Bosselaar Dutch footballer

Martinus Bosselaar was a Dutch footballer who played as a left winger.

Marthinus Herbert de Beer is a South African rugby union player for Griquas in the Currie Cup and the Rugby Challenge. His regular position is fly-half or fullback.

Tinus van Doorn Dutch painter, draughtsperson and graphic artist

Martinus Jacob van Doorn was a Dutch painter and graphic artist in the Expressionist style.

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