Tilly Definition

tĭlē
proper name
(Johann Tserklaes) 1559-1632; Fl. general in the Thirty Years' War.
Webster's New World
pronoun

A diminutive of the female given name Matilda.

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noun

(Ireland) A small gift given by a vendor to a purchaser; a lagniappe.

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(Australia) A small open-backed truck.

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other
Flemish field marshal during the Thirty Years' War.
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Other Word Forms of Tilly

Noun

Singular:
Tilly
Plural:
tillies

Origin of Tilly

  • Habitational surname from places in France named Tilly, brought to England by the Normans. The surname may also have other origins, including a matronymic from Matilda.

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  • From WWII British Army usage Tilly (“name of a range of British Army vehicles"), from utility.

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  • Irish tuilleadh (“more")

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  • From Matilda.

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