thig

verb \ˈthig\

Definition of thig

thigged

;

thigged

;

thigging

;

thigs

Scottish

  1. :  beg

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Origin and Etymology of thig

Middle English thiggen, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Swedish thiggia to beg; akin to Old English thicgan to accept, receive, Old High German diggen to ask for, Welsh teg beautiful, Lithuanian tèkti to extend, suffice


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