noun tif·fin \ˈti-fən\

Definition of TIFFIN

chiefly British
:  a light midday meal :  luncheon

Origin of TIFFIN

probably alteration of tiffing, gerund of obsolete English tiff to eat between meals
First Known Use: 1800

Rhymes with TIFFIN


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