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      n      another name for       sesame   esp. a variety grown in India   esp. a variety grown in India  
     (C19: from Hindi, from Sanskrit tilá sesame)  
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sesame  
      n  
1    a tropical herbaceous plant, Sesamum indicum, of the East Indies, cultivated, esp. in India, for its small oval seeds: family Pedaliaceae  
2    the seeds of this plant, used in flavouring bread and yielding an edible oil (benne oil or gingili),   (Also called)    benne, gingili, til         
     (C15: from Latin sesamum, from Greek sesamon, sesame, of Semitic origin; related to Arabic simsim)  


til         
      n      another name for       sesame   esp. a variety grown in India   esp. a variety grown in India  
     (C19: from Hindi, from Sanskrit tilá sesame)  

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till   [1]  
      conj  
      prep  
1       short for       until     (Also (not standard))    til         
2      (Scot)   to; towards  
3    Dialect   in order that  
come here till I tell you     
     (Old English til; related to Old Norse til to, Old High German zil goal, aim)  
Till is a variant of until that is acceptable at all levels of language. Until is, however, often preferred at the beginning of a sentence in formal writing: until his behaviour improves, he cannot become a member  


til         
      n      another name for       sesame   esp. a variety grown in India   esp. a variety grown in India  
     (C19: from Hindi, from Sanskrit tilá sesame)  

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till, tile, tilt, tail

TIL abbr. acron.
Short for "today I learned".
[Fam.];[Slang] When you learn about information that isn’t new but is novel for you, share it with the world by adding a “TIL”.

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