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Etymology 1Edit

From Old English *tyllan. Compare tollen.

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tillen

  1. To convince, tempt, or captivate; to enthrall.
  2. To draw towards, attract, or persuade to come.
  3. (rare) To acquire by illegal or immoral means.
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DescendantsEdit
  • English: till (obsolete)
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Etymology 2Edit

From Old English ġetillan.

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tillen

  1. To stretch; to extend or cover.
  2. To expand or distend lengthwise; to extend away.
  3. (rare) To stretch as to make contact with; to extend towards.
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Etymology 3Edit

From Old English tilian.

VerbEdit

tillen

  1. Alternative form of tilyen (to till)