Complete Definition of "tyger"

English

Etymology
From Middle English tigre < Old English tigras|tÄ«gras (p) and influenced by Old French tigre, both < Latin tigris < Greek ÏίγÏιÏ, possibly of Iranian origin.

Noun
rfc-level|Noun at L4+ not in L3 Ety section

  1. (Obsolete): A tiger.
#* THE TYGER (from Songs Of Experience)By William Blake. (1757-1827)

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