<poem> per-ti' dak-lean,, to make notliing of, make light of, depreciate. ti'dor, hcr-ti'doi; sleep, slumber; to sleep. ti'dor 1-lap' ' , deep sleep ; to sleep heavily. Cf. lyadar. ter-ti'dor, asleep. ti'ga, three. (For derived forms see a in pat). tiharap, see tiara p. ti'kam, m-ni'kani, to stab, pierce, prick. Cf. chuclioTc. ti'kar, mat. ti'kar ban'tal, bedding (of a native). ti'kus, rat, mouse. ti'lam, a mattress. ti'lek, in-ni'lek, to look carefully, observe; to practise divina- tion, prognosticate ; also telek. Cf. tnorg. tim (B.) (Chin.), to cook in a double boiler. ti'mah, tin and other similar metals. Cf. tin. ti'mali In' tain, lead. ti'mah pu'teli, tin. ti'mah sa'ri, zinc. bi'jeh ti'mali, alluvial tin ore. ti'maig, m-ni'marg, to brandish in the air, toss up in the air (as weapons or children). ti-ma'njan, a pet name, nick- name; a pet, a plaything. tim ha, ni-nim'ba, a bucket, ba- ler; to draw water with a bucket, bale out a boat. tim'ba a'yer, to draw water. tim'ba ru'arg, to bale out bilge water. tim'bal, to balance. ber-tim'ba-lan, balancing. tim'baig, m-nini'/^in/. to ponder, contemplate, think, meditate. Cf. fikir. tini-ba'rgan, scales. ('I', ni-n- i-ha. bu'ah tim-ba' rga ii . weigh is. tim'bol, m-nim'bol, to float, come up to the surface of the water, rise (as the sun). spring up (as plants). (T. terbit. tim'bon, m-nim'bon, to lieap up,. pile up. tim'bo-nan, a heap. tim'bus, m-nim'bus, to fill in r fill up (a hole or well). Cf. sbu. ti'mon, cucumber; also Imiimon* ti'mor, the East; east. ti'mor la"ut, north-east. bin'tanj ti'mor. Venus a- a morning star. tim'pa, m-nim'jM, to fall cn r strike by falling. tim 'pas, dead low water. tin (Eng.), tin plate. .Cf. timuli^ tin das, m-niridnx. to crush au insect. tin'deh, m-nin'deh, to lay a weight on, press by laying something on. Cf. apii, im- pel and Mean. tin'dek, m-nin'dck, to pierce the ears (for earrings). tiig'gal, to remain, stay; dwell, live. Cf. diam. s-hi'niat tiiy'gal t good-bye( 1 -V.' . m-niiy'gal, to die. tiiy'gal-kan, to leave, abandon,, omit, neglect. p-nirg'ga! and *-p-nirg'aal, de- parture, on or after the de- parture.
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