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Old EnglishspEnglish
Ticchen nA kid, a young goat, a titchen
Tidder vbTo be productive or prolific. 2. to produce offspring; to tudder.
Tide nA portion. 2. extent with space of time, an age, a season, a while. 3. a point in the duration of the day, month or year. 4. an action with repetition; occasion. 5. a suitable, fit, opportune or favourable season or proper time or occasion. 6. an appointed or fixed time; a definite time in the course of the day, such as eventide, noontide. 7. a point at which any hour is completed; as at tenth tide of the day. 8. a more or less definite point or season in the course of a year, or of life; such as winter-tide, New year-tide. 9. an anniversary of or festival, village fair of the church's saints, such as St Boltulf tide or day.
Tide vbTo happen, befall, betide. 2. to fall as a lot or portion. 3. to fare, get on well or ill. 4. to meet with or experience good or evil fortune. 5. to carry forward, as time does. 6. to carry through an undertaking, to enable, to overcome a difficulty.
Tide phr"Tide Over" - get over turmoil, difficulty, stress.
Tideful adjSeasonable, opportune, right, fit or convenient of time.
Tidefulness nFit or expedient season. 2. state or condition of being tideful.
Tidefully advOpportune, fittingly, conveniently.
Tideless-blooded adjWhose blood is unstirred by passion or emotion.
Tiding nSomething that happens. 2. event, incident, occurrence. 3. custom, usage. 4. announcement of an event; piece of news. 5. flow or rising of the tide; fig. a rising or surge.
Tidingman nIn Marylands and parts of New England, an officer elected and charged with the responsibility of preventing disorderly conduct; a law enforcement officer.
Tidings nReport, news, intelligence. 2. information, indication, trace.
Tidings-bearer nNewsman, news-bringer, reporter, news-maker. intelligence informer.
Tidingless adjWithout tidings or news.
Tiding time nDuration of time or occurrence; "the seizure lasted until the tiding time and then went off in a gentle kindly sweats in the ebbs.
Tie nNeckwear consisting of a long narrow piece of material worn (mostly by men) under a collar and tied in knot at the front; necktie. 2. a social or business relationship. affiliation, association, tie-up. 3. equality of score in a contest.

4. a horizontal beam used to prevent two other structural members from spreading apart or separating; beam. 5. a fastener that serves to join or connect; during construction; link, linkup, tie-in. 6. the finish of a contest in which the score is tied and the winner is undecided; draw, standoff. 7. in music a slur over two notes of the same pitch; indicates that the note is to be sustained for their combined time value8. one of the cross braces that support the rails on a railway track. tie, railroad tie, crosstie, sleeper. 9. a cord (or string or ribbon or wire etc.) with which something is tied.

Tie vbFasten or secure with a rope, string, or cord, bind. 2. finish a game with an equal number of points, goals, etc. 3. limit or restrict to. 4. connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces; connect, link, link up 5. form a knot or bow in. 6. create social or emotional ties; bond. 7. perform a marriage ceremony; : marry, wed, splice, "tie the knot". 8. make by tying pieces together; "The fishermen tied their flies. 9. unite musical notes by a tie.
Tie phr"Tie in with." - be logically associated with
Tie phr"Tie someone down." - make someone decide, or restrict somebody freedom.
Tight nOnly in O.E., the action of drawing, draught, going, cause, way. 2. bring-up, rearing, training, educator, good breeding, good behaviour.
Til prepUntil
Tile nA flat thin rectangular slab,as of fired clay or rubber or linoleum, used to cover surfaces, such as roofing, wall or draining or floor tile. 2. game equipment consisting of a flat thin piece marked with characters and used in board games like Mah-Jong, 3. a stiff hat. (coll).
Tile vbCovered with tiles, roofed or laid with tiles.
Tile adjOE: serviceable, good, excellent. 2. gain, profit, wealth, possesions.
Tile earth nA species of strong, clayey earth; stiff and stubborn land.
Tiler nA tradesman who covers various surfaces with tiles
Tiles phr"On the tiles." - out at night enjoying oneself.
Tiling nThe action of tiling; covering with tiles
Tile-shard nA broken piece or fragment of tile
Tile-theeker nOne who covers roofs with tiles. 2. a roofer; "thathcher"
Tile-wright nA maker of tiles.
Till vbTo labour, work for, or at, to cultivate, plough. 2. to labour after, seek after, provide to, get by effort, to acquire or earn by labour. 3. to take care; to attend to medically; to treat a patient or a disease. 4. to bestow labour and attention, such as ploughing, harrowing, manuring, etc; on land to make it fit for raising crops and cultivaion. 5. prepare, spread in preparation. 6. set a trap or snare. 7. spread in 8. to pitch a tent.
Till vbTo touch, reach, attain, obtain. 2. to reach, extend to a specific point or distance. 3. to stretch a thing out. 4. to draw away, to draw, attract, persuade. 5. entice, allure, coax, win over, proceed.
Tiller nOne who tills the soil or cultivate any crop or plant. 2. a husbandman, tillman, tillsman, cultivator, farmer, earth-tiller, tilth-man, tilther.
Tiller nA plant, a shoot; esp., a shoot or sucker from the root. 2. a young tree, sapling; esp., a stock, shoot raising from the stock or stem of a felled tree.
Tillered adjHaving several shoots spreading from the roots; also fig. renewed growth.
Till-hew vbTo cut or hew in pieces.
Tilling nThe cultivation or the act of cultivation of land in order to raise crops.
Tilly adjAbouding in, or of the nature of tilly or tenacious clay.
Tilth nLabour, the act of labour, work or effort directed to useful or profitable ends. 2. right-tilth or honest labour. 3. labour in cultivation, agricultural work, husbandry. 4. the cultivation or knowledge in morality, religion or the mind. 5. the result or produce of tilling, a crop or harvest. 6. land under cultivation, as distinguished from pastures. 7. tilled or arable land, tilth-ground or a ploughed field. 8. prepared surface, soil, "the crumbs." 9. the depth of soil ploughed or cultivated.
Tilth vbTo cultivate, till, plough. 2. to cultivate things of the mind
Tilthing nThe act of cultivation, (fig & lit).
Tilward adjTo the direction of, towards.
Timber nThe wood of trees cut and prepared for use as building material; lumber.

2. a beam made of wood. 3. a post made of wood. 4. land that is covered with trees and shrubs, forest, woodland. 5. wood which is proper for buildings or for tools, utensils, furniture, carriages, fences, ships, and the like. 6. the body, stem, or trunk of a tree. 7. material for any structure.

Timber vbTo build, construct, make. 2. of a bird, to build a nest. 3. to construct, have affect, do, form, cause, bring about, bring into existence or operation (any action, condition, etc.) 4. to add fuel to a fire. 5. to support by means of timber, a roof or other structure. 6. to cover or frame with timber. 7. of a tree, to form or produce wood or timber. 8. to surmount as timber. 9. to furnish with timber.
Timber phr"To timber out" - to divide timber into beams, planks etc.; suitable for building.
Timberless adjDevoid or without timber.
Timber-monger nTrader in timber and timber products.
Time nIn instance or single occasion for some event. 2. a period of time considered as a resource under your control and sufficient to accomplish something. 3. an indefinite period (usually marked by specific attributes or activities 4. a suitable moment. 5. the continuum of experience in which events pass from the future through the present to the past. 6. a person's experience on a particular occasion.

7. a reading of a point in time as given by a clock; clock. 8. the fourth coordinate that is required (along with three spatial dimensions) to specify a physical event; fourth dimension. 9. rhythm as given by division into parts of equal duration meter, metre. 10: the period of time a prisoner is imprisoned; prison term, sentence, time.

Time vbTo befall, happen, farewell, prosper. 2.to measure the time or duration of an event or action or the person who performs an action in a certain per-iod of time. 3. assign a time for an activity or event. 3.set the speed, duration, or execution of. 4.regulate or set the time of, to regulate, or agree with, in time of movement. 5. adjust so that a force is applied and an action occurs at the desired time. 6. to ascertain or record the time, duration, or rate of; as, to time the speed of horses, or hours for workmen. 7. to measure, as in music or harmony. 8. to keep or beat time; to proceed or move in time. 9. to pass time; to delay. [Obs.]
Time phr"Ahead of one's time." - Have, or with, an idea or invention that is too advanced for one's contemparies.
Time phr"All in good time." - as soon as seems appropriate.
Time phr"At one time." - at some time in the past.
Time phr"Do time."- serve a prison sentence.
Time phr"For the time being" - meanwhile.
Time phr"Time and time again" - very often, repetitiously, repeatedly, time and again.
Time phr"Time is ripe" - it is, or was, a very suitable occasion or period (for something to happen or to be done); time is sufficiently advanced.
Time phr"Time of your life." - a thrilling memorable experience. Time here is an episode, usually an all-to brief period.
Time phr"Time on my hands." - I'm bored, I haven't enough to do.
Time phr"Time out of mind"- from a time or during a period of human memory.
Time phr"Time stood still"- applied to moments of, or periods of ectasy or profound absorption; (there seemed to be no such thing as time.)
Time phr"Time with his sickle."- is time personified; "Time" has an hour-glass in one hand, a sickle in the other."
Time phr"Time when"- or "there was a time when" one was able or accustomed to do something.
Timeful adjSeasonable, early in the season, temporal
Timeless adjUnaffected by time, dateless, unseasonable, untimely. 2. done or occurring before the proper time. 3. having no end, unending.
Timelessness nState of external existence believed in by some religions characterised by the afterlife. 2. eternity, everlastingness,foreverness, neverendingness.
Timeliness nBeing art the right time, seasonableness. 2. timely convenience. 3. quality or state of being timely, opportuneness.
Timely advWithout ref to time; independently of the passage of time.
Timer nA timepiece that measures a time interval and signals it's end. 2. a timekeeper in sport or the workplace. 3. a regulator that activates or deactivates a mechanism at set times.
Timesharing nA computer term in which a number of users at different terminals simultaneously use a single computer for different purposes. 2. in real estate a plan in which persons share ownership or rental costs of a holiday home, entitling each person or participant to use the residence ata specific time each year.
Timesome adjOf, or pertaining to, exists in, or subject to time, as opposed eternity. 2. of finite duration, temporal.
Timesomeness nState or condition of being timesome - subject to time, temporalness.
Timeward advTemporal
Timeworn adjWorn by the process of time; impaired by age.
Timing nThe time when something happens. 2. the regulation of occurrence, pace or co-ordination to achieve a desired effect, as in music theatre, athletics, mechanics.
Tin n 3. money; cash. 4. policeman's badge.
Tin-arsed adjLucky, (Australian slang); also tinny.
Tind vbTo kindle, to be kindled, to burn.
Tinder nAny dry flammable substance that readily catches fire.
Tinder-box nA container that holds tinder or kindle.
Tin-can n A warship; esp., a destroyer.
Tinder-dry adjAny flammable substance, so dry, as ready to burn.
Tinderish adjInclined or likely to burn; tenderly.
Tindle nA name given locally, in parts of England, to small fires lighted or lit outdoors at the beginning of May and November.
Tine nA prong on a fork or pitchfork or antler. 2. a tooth. 3. affliction, trouble; distress, vexation; "Cruel winter's tine." (see "teen)
Tine vb.See Tind. to kindle; to set on fire. "To tine the cloven wood."
Tine vbTo furnish with prongs, a rake, fork, harrow and other similar implements. nb: three-tined: three-prong.
Tin-eared adjTone deaf.
Tin-hat nA steel hat to protect soldiers from shrapnel. 2. a general officer.
Tin-hat phr"To put the tin hat on." - to bring something to a close or climax.
Tinhorn nA cheap gambler, esp. who acts slowly and gambles for low stakes. 2. poor or comptemptible person. 3. an inferior, contemptible, pretentious person.
Tinman nA man who works in or with tin; a tinsmith. 2. a dealer in tinware. 3. ship engaged in the carriage of tin ore.
Tinned adjCoated or plated with tin. 2. preserved in air-tight tins; canned.
Tinnen adjMade of or consisting of tin.
Tinnet nBrushwood for making or repairing hedges (from OE: tynet.)
Tin-opener nA can-opener.
Tintreg nGrief, affliction, vexation, torment.
Tintregend nOne who afflicts torment and vexation on others.
Tintregh vbOE: to grieve, afflict, vex. 2. to torment. torture. 3. to tintreg.
Tire vbTo fail, diminish, give out, come to an end. 2. to become weak or exhausted from exertion. 4. to have one's strength reduced or worn out by toil or labour. 5. to become fatigued. 5. to become weary by wanting for something. 6. to become weary or exhausted by excess; to have had enough.
Tire phr"To tire down" - to exhaust a hunted animal by persistent pursuit; to run down.
Tired adjExhausted, fatigued, worn-out.
Tiredness nThe state of being tired or fatigued. 2. weariness, fatigue.
Tireless adjOf persons, untiring, indefatiguable.
Tirelessly advIn a tireless manner; without tiring, untiringly.
Tirelessness nThe quality or condition of being tireless; indefatiguableness.
Tiresome adjHaving the property of tiring by continuance, sameness or lack of interest. 2. wearisome, tedious, irritating. 3. loosely, troublesome, disagreeable, unpleasant, irksome, annoying, vexatious.
Tiresomely advIn a tedious manner, tediously, fatiguing.
Tiresomeness nCondition or quality of being tired or weary, wearisome, tedious.
Tiring nProducing exhaustion, exhausting, wearing, wearying. 2. draining, toilsome, trying.
Tiring adjWearied, fatigued, exhausting.
Tiringly advIn a tiring manner; to a wearisome degree.
Tithe nA tenth; the tenth part of anything; specifically, the tenth part of the increase arising from the profits of land and stock, allotted to the clergy for their support, as in England, or devoted to religious or charitable uses. Almost all the tithes of England and Wales are commuted by law into rent charges. 2. a granting, a concession, boon, 3. one whom a concession or grant is made. 4. one successful in prayer or beseeching.
Tithe vbTo levy a tenth part on; to tax to the amount of a tenth; to pay tithes on. 2. to grant, concede, bestow a tithe. 3. to decimate.
Tithe-barn nA barn for holding the parson tithe corn.
Tithed adjSubject to, charged with or liable for the payment of a tithe. 2. taken or paid by way of a tithe.
Tithe-free AdjTo be free or exempt from the payment of a tithe.
Tithe-less adjwithout tithes, not in receipt of tithes.
Titheman nOne who pays a tithe.
Tither nA receiver or exactor of a tithe. 2. one who pays a tithe. 3. a supporter of the system of ecclesiastical tithes.
Titheling nTenth part tithe.
Tithe-monger nOne who deals in tithes
Tithe-taker nOne who collects tithes.
Tithing nThe act of levying, payment and collecting of tithes. 2. a payment of one-tenth of a total. 3. a stook or shock of ten sheaves. 4. one-tenth of anything. 5.a company of ten householders. 6. the killing of every tenth man or beast; a decimation. 7. the killing of all but one man, soldier etc from a group of ten.
Tithingman nA chief man responsible for the collecting of tithes. 2. a parish peace-keeping officer; a petty constable. 3. one who rules or leads a group of ten.
Tiver nA red colouring. 2. a secret or magical writing; a charm, talisman; sorcery.
Tiver vbTo mark or colour with tiver or red.

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