Till

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English[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Till

  1. A river in Northumberland, England, tributary to the Tweed.
    • Traditional saying:
      Tweed says to Till:
      "What gars ye rin sae still ?"
      Till says to Tweed:
      "Tho ye rin wi' speed
      And I rin slaw
      Whar ye droon ae man,
      I droon twa !"

German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Medieval diminutive of compound given names beginning with Diet- (such as Dieter or Dietrich), from the Old High German element thoit(people).

Proper noun[edit]

Till m ‎(genitive Tills)

  1. A male given name.

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