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Page 50 of 56 for the letter t

tuin, teen, tune, tin, chune, tuinie, tuiny, tuinless,
tuin [tøn, tyn, C. tɪn, MN. tin]
n. A tune, intonation, the pitch and cadence of speech, mood, humour, disposition, temper,
v. To tune, to put to order, scold.

adj. Moody.

Compounds and phrases etc.

ill tuin: a bad mood
timmer-tuint: tone deaf
tuinless adj. Tuneless.
tuink, puink,
tuink [I.Ork. tøŋk]
n. A thump, crack, blow.
tuip, tup, tip, teep, tupp, toop,
tuip [tøp, C. U. tɪp, MN. tip, NN. I. tup]
n. A ram (male sheep).
tuird, turd, tord, taird, teerd,
tuird [tø:rd, C. te:rd, N. ti:rd & t(j)u:(ə)rd]
n. A turd. A lump of excrement, a nasty, objectionable, dirty person.
tuith, teeth, teud, teith, tooth, teith, teethpaste, tuithpaste, tuithache, teethache, aisle-tuith, aizle-tooth, assle-tuith, assel-tuith, teethbrush, tuithie, tuithy, tuithless, teethless, teethe, teithe, teethin, teethin',
tuith [tøθ, C. U. tɪθ & tiθ, N. tiθ]
n. A tooth. The fragment of the lower end of a rainbow seen near the horizon and taken to be a sign of bad weather.
pl. teeth [tiθ]

adj. Sharp-toothed, acrimonious, critical.

teethe [ti:ð]
v. To develop or cut teeth, to furnish with teeth or spikes, point a wall or slates etc. with lime.

Compounds and phrases etc.

aisle tuith ['ezl-, 'esl-, asl-], chaft-tuith: a back tooth, a molar tooth
a tuith in the sky: a broken rainbow
gam-teetht: having lapping teeth
sair teeth: toothache
teethbrush: toothbrush
seam o teeth: a set of dentures
teethin a heckle [-hɛkl, -hekl]: putting spikes in a hackle
teethpaste: toothpaste
the teeth: the six in dominoes
tuithache [-ek]: toothache
tuithless: toothless
tuithsome: toothsome, tasty
wouf's tuith contracted stuith, dim. stuithie: the stump of a rainbow seen on the sea and thought to presage bad weather.A bar across the moon or sun.
tulchan ['tʌlxən]
n. A calf-skin stuffed with straw set beside a cow to induce her to give her milk freely. A substitute, a man of straw. A large-boned, fat person.
tullie, tulli, tully, tolli,
tullie [I. 'tʌli]
n. A large knife with a wooden handle. A clasp-knife or sheath-knife.
tulliment, doliment, dolimentin, tullimentin, tullimentan,
tulliment [I.Ork. 'tʌlimɛnt]
v. Of stars: to dance, sparkle, scintillate.
tulloch, tulach,
tulloch ['tʌləx]
n. A mound, knoll, hillock, a heap of money.
tummle, tummel, tummelt, tummled, tummlin, tummlin-tam, tummler,
tummle [tʌml]
v. To tumble, go head over heels, do a somersault.
pt. pp. tummelt

Compounds and phrases etc.

tummler ['tʌmlər]: a tumbler, a drinking glass, NN.a. a dolphin or porpoise
tummler-wheels: wheels of a low cart
tummlin-tam: a hay-gatherer
tummle yer wilkies [-wɪlkɪz, -wʌlkɪz]: go head over heals, summersault

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