tile


tile
bis·sex·tile;
cas·tile;
cen·tile;
chrys·o·tile;
coc·tile;
co·le·op·tile;
duc·tile;
duc·tile·ly;
erec·tile;
ex·sec·tile;
ex·ser·tile;
fer·tile;
fer·tile·ly;
fer·tile·ness;
flu·vi·a·tile;
fu·tile;
hos·tile·ly;
hos·tile·ness;
in·fan·tile;
len·tile;
mer·can·tile;
mesop·tile;
ne·os·sop·tile;
par·tile;
pli·ca·tile;
pon·tile;
por·ta·tile;
pro·duc·tile;
pro·top·tile;
pro·trac·tile;
-p·tile;
pul·sa·tile;
quin·tile;
re·frac·tile;
re·plic·a·tile;
rep·tile·like;
re·trac·tile;
ru·tile;
sax·a·tile;
sec·tile;
sep·tile;
ser·pen·tile;
sub·tile;
su·tile;
tel·e·op·tile;
tex·tile;
tile;
tor·tile;
trac·tile;
tra·jec·tile;
um·bra·tile;
un·tile;
Ven·tile;
ver·sa·tile;
ver·sa·tile·ly;
ver·sa·tile·ness;
vi·bra·tile;
vol·a·tile·ness;
xy·lo·tile;
aq·ua·tile;
fic·tile;
gen·tile;
hos·tile;
in·sec·tile;
mo·tile;
pro·jec·tile;
quar·tile;
rep·tile;
sex·tile;
tac·tile;
vol·a·tile;
anes·tile;
bas·tile;
fu·tile·ly;
fu·tile·ness;
pas·tile;
pro·jec·tile·ly;
sub·tile·ly;
uran·o·tile;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • Tile — Tile, n. [OE. tile, tigel, AS. tigel, tigol, fr. L. tegula, from tegere to cover. See {Thatch}, and cf. {Tegular}.] 1. A plate, or thin piece, of baked clay, used for covering the roofs of buildings, for floors, for drains, and often for… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tile — Tile, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Tiled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Tiling}.] 1. To cover with tiles; as, to tile a house. [1913 Webster] 2. Fig.: To cover, as if with tiles. [1913 Webster] The muscle, sinew, and vein, Which tile this house, will come again.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tile — Tile, v. t. [See 2d {Tiler}.] To protect from the intrusion of the uninitiated; as, to tile a Masonic lodge. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tile — ist der Name folgender Personen: Tile von Damm (* ca. 1310; † 1374), Ratsherr der Stadt Braunschweig Tile Kolup († 1285; auch Dietrich Holzschuh), Hochstapler, der sich für den (in Wahrheit 1250 verstorbenen) Kaiser Friedrich II. ausgab Siehe… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • tile — tile. (Del nahua tlilli, tizne). m. El Salv. y Hond. hollín (ǁ sustancia crasa y negra). || 2. Hond. poét. oscuridad (ǁ falta de luz). || …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • tile — (n.) O.E. tigele roofing shingle, from W.Gmc. *tegala (Cf. O.H.G. ziagal, Ger. ziegel, Du. tegel, O.N. tigl), a borrowing from L. tegula tile (Cf. It. tegola, Fr. tuile), from tegere roof, to cover (see STEGOSAURUS …   Etymology dictionary

  • tile — (Del nahua tlilli, tizne). 1. m. El Salv. y Hond. hollín (ǁ sustancia crasa y negra). 2. Hond. poét. oscuridad (ǁ falta de luz). 3. adj. coloq. Hond. Muy difícil o imposible de realizar. vérselas tile. fr. coloq. Hond. Encontrarse en una… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • tile — [tīl] n. [ME < OE tigele, akin to Ger ziegel, both < WGmc * tegala < L tegula, tile < tegere, to cover: see THATCH] 1. a) a thin, usually rectangular piece of stone, concrete, or unglazed, fired clay, used for roofing, flooring, etc.… …   English World dictionary

  • tile — ► NOUN 1) a thin square or rectangular piece of baked clay, concrete, cork, etc., used for covering roofs, floors, or walls. 2) a thin, flat piece used in Scrabble, mah jong, and other games. ► VERB ▪ cover with tiles. ● on the tiles Cf. ↑on the… …   English terms dictionary

  • Tile — For other uses, see Tile (disambiguation). Decorative tilework in Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran early 17th century A tile is a manufactured piece of hard wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, or even glass. Tiles are generally …   Wikipedia