тик

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Macedonian[edit]

Noun[edit]

тик (tikm

  1. tic

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Moksha[edit]

Verb[edit]

тик (tik)

  1. second-person singular imperative of тиемс (tijems)
    • Fenno-Ugrica
      Урядниксь (попавати). Матушка, тик обыск тейнза! (Попавась тии личнай обыск Надежда Петровнанди. Урядниксь—Лавровонди).
      Urjadniksʹ (popavati). Matuška, tik obysk tejnza! (Popavasʹ tii ličnaj obysk Nadežda Petrovnandi. Urjadniksʹ—Lavrovondi).
      Village constable (addressing pop's wife(?)). Mother, perform a search (~ patdown) on her! (Pop's wife performs a search on Nadežda Petrovna. Village constable — on Lavrov).

Russian[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowed from French tic.

Noun[edit]

тик (tikm inan (genitive ти́ка, nominative plural ти́ки, genitive plural ти́ков)

  1. tic (local and habitual convulsive motion)
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Etymology 2[edit]

Borrowed from Dutch tijk or English tick.

Noun[edit]

тик (tikm inan (genitive ти́ка, uncountable)

  1. tick, ticking (fabric)
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Etymology 3[edit]

Borrowed from English teak.

Noun[edit]

тик (tikm inan (genitive ти́ка, nominative plural ти́ки, genitive plural ти́ков)

  1. teak (tree; timber)
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