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til 1

 (tĭl)
n.
See sesame.

[Hindi, from Sanskrit tilaḥ.]

til 2

 (tĭl)
prep.
Until.
conj.
Until. See Usage Note at till2.
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til

(tɪl; tiːl)
n
(Plants) another name for sesame, esp a variety grown in India
[C19: from Hindi, from Sanskrit tilá sesame]
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til

(tɪl, til)

also teel



n.
the sesame plant.
[1830–40; < Hindi]

'til

(tɪl)

prep., conj. Nonstandard.
till; until.
[aph. variant of until]
usage: See till1.
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She has experience with the Truth in Lending Act, particularly with respect to coverage issues, rescission, and remedies and defenses.