tichy


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tichy

(ˈtɪtʃɪ)
adj, tichier or tichiest
a variant spelling of titchy
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tichy

, titchy
adj (+er) (Brit inf: also tichy little) personwinzig, knirpsig (inf); thingsklitzeklein (inf), → winzig
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Brokenhearted husband Harry, Daughters, Sons, In-laws, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren xxxx TICHY - MARGERY, April 1st.
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