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ti·gon

 (tī′gən) also ti·glon (-glən)
n.
The hybrid offspring of a male tiger and a female lion.

tigon

(ˈtaɪɡən) or

tiglon

n
(Animals) the hybrid offspring of a male tiger and a female lion
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Noun1.tigon - offspring of a male tiger and a female lion
big cat, cat - any of several large cats typically able to roar and living in the wild
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