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tíg

  • noun [ masculine ]
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Grammar
tíg, (?), es; m.
Wright's OE grammar
§238;
An open place (?); a form occurring in composition with fore, forþ. For the former see fore-tíge (read -tíg); the instances of the latter are as follows
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  • Forðtíges

    vestibuli, atrii,

      Hpt. Gl. 496, 28.
  • On ðam forðtége in ipsis foribus, Kent. Gl. 228. Graff gives zieh

    forum, and Grimm,

      R. A. 748, cites tie a meeting-place, as a term of lower Saxony.
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  • tíg, n.