Tigrine - definition of tigrine by The Free Dictionary
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(Zoology) of, characteristic of, or resembling a tiger
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But the characters in this book, both human and tigrine
, are more nuanced.
Yet such tigers are considered benign rather than evil and the tigrine
form may thus perhaps be a form of atonement for those sins.
9) In his tigrine
form Prabu Siliwangi, who is said to still inhabit the area of his old court at Pakuan near Bogor, continues to watch over his descendants and the Sundanese generally.