Definition of Taigle

1. to entangle [v TAIGLED, TAIGLING, TAIGLES] - See also: entangle



Lexicographical Neighbors of Taigle

tahsildar
tahsildars
tahsils
tai-chi
tai chi
tai chi chuan
tai chi chuans
tai chis
taiaha
taiahas
taichi
taig
taiga
taigas
taiglach
taigle (current term)
taigled
taigles
taigling
taigs
taihoa
taiji
taijis
taijutsu
taikanite
taiko
taikonaut
taikonauts
taikos

Literary usage of Taigle

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Dictionary of Lowland Scotch by Charles Mackay (1888)
"taigle, to tease, to perplex, to banter; from the Gaelic tea- gamh, doubt, ... In the quotation from Dean Ramsay, I suspect that taigle is improperly put ..."

2. A Dictionary of Lowland Scotch: With an Introductory Chapter Onthe Poetry by Charles Mackay (1888)
"Two irreverent young fellows determined to taigle the minister. ... In the quotation from Dean Ramsay, I suspect that taigle is improperly put for tackle, ..."

3. Six Saints of the Covenant: Peden: Semple: Welwood: Cameron: Cargill: Smith by Patrick Walker (1901)
"O ! all ye that can ' pray, tell all the Lord's people to try by mourning ' and prayer, if ye can taigle him ; O see if ye can ..."

4. Six Saints of the Covenant: Peden: Semple: Welwood: Cameron: Cargill: Smith by Patrick Walker (1901)
"O! all ye that can ' pray, tell all the Lord's people to try by mourning ' and prayer, if ye can taigle him; O see if ye can ..."

5. A Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: Supplement by John Jamieson (1825)
"To taigle, vn To tarry, to delay, to procrastinate. ... I winna taigle« S. Poor Towser shook his sides a* ..."

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