Words That Start With Ti: Enhance Your Vocabulary Today

In this article, we’ll provide a comprehensive list of words that start with the prefix “ti,” enhancing your vocabulary and inspiring your word usage.

  1. Tiara- A jeweled ornamental band worn on the head by women on formal occasions.
  2. Tibia- The inner and typically larger bone of the leg below the knee in vertebrates.
  3. Tickle- To touch or stroke lightly, causing laughter or twitching movements.
  4. Ticket- A piece of paper or card that gives the holder a certain right, particularly to enter a place or travel by public transport.
  5. Tie- To attach or bind with a string, rope, etc.
  6. Tiger- A large wild cat with a coat of dark vertical stripes on orange-brown fur with a lighter underside.
  7. Tile- A thin square or rectangular piece of baked clay, plastic, etc., used for covering roofs, floors, or walls.
  8. Timber- Wood prepared for use in building and carpentry.
  9. Time- The indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole.
  10. Timid- Showing a lack of courage or confidence; easily frightened.
  11. Tin- A silvery-white metal, the chemical element of atomic number 50.
  12. Tincture- A medicine made by dissolving a drug in alcohol.
  13. Tingle- To experience a slight prickling or stinging sensation.
  14. Tinsel- A form of decoration consisting of thin strips of shiny metal foil.
  15. Tip- The pointed or rounded end or extremity of something slender or tapering.
  16. Tiptoe- To walk on the tips of one’s toes so as to make no noise.
  17. Tire- To feel or cause to feel weary or exhausted.
  18. Titan- A person or thing of very great strength, intellect, or importance.
  19. Title- The name given to something, such as a book, painting, or movie, to identify or describe it.
  20. Tizzy- A state of nervous excitement or agitation.
  21. Tissue- Any of the distinct types of material of which animals or plants are made, consisting of specialized cells and their products.
  22. Titanium- A hard, silver-gray metal, the chemical element of atomic number 22.
  23. Tilapia- A tropical freshwater fish belonging to the cichlid family, popular as a food fish.
  24. Tilt- To cause to lean, incline, slope, or slant.
  25. Timbre- The character or quality of a musical sound or voice as distinct from its pitch and intensity.
  26. Timeout- A pause or break in activity, especially during a sporting event.
  27. Timing- The choice, judgment, or control of when something should be done.
  28. Tinder- Dry, flammable material, such as wood or paper, used for lighting a fire.
  29. Tingle- A light prickling, stinging, or thrilling sensation.
  30. Tiny- Very small in size.
  31. Tipple- To drink alcohol, particularly habitual or frequent drinking.
  32. Tipsy- Slightly drunk.
  33. Tiramisu- An Italian dessert made of sponge cake soaked in coffee, layered with a mascarpone cheese mixture and topped with cocoa.
  34. Titanic- Of exceptional strength, size, or power.
  35. Titbit- A small and particularly interesting item of gossip or information.
  36. Titch- A small person.
  37. Tithe- A tenth part of something, paid as a contribution to a religious organization or compulsory tax to government.
  38. Titillate- To stimulate or excite someone, especially in a sexual way.
  39. Title- deed** – A legal document proving a person’s right to property.
  40. Titmouse- A small songbird with a distinctive call, belonging to the family Paridae.
  41. Titter- To give a short, half-suppressed laugh; giggle.
  42. Tittle- A tiny amount or part of something.
  43. Titular- Holding a title or position in name only, without any real authority or function.
  44. Tizz- A state of nervous excitement or confusion.
  45. Tizzy- A flustered state of agitation and confusion.
  46. Tidal- Relating to or affected by tides.
  47. Tidbit- A small and interesting piece of news, information, or gossip.
  48. Tiddler- A small fish, particularly one small enough to be considered as bait; also used informally to refer to a small person or thing.
  49. Tideland- Land that is overflowed by tides, typically coastal areas.
  50. Tidemark- A mark showing the highest or lowest point of something, especially the level reached by high or low tide on a shore.
  51. Tidy- Arranged neatly and in order.
  52. Tiff- A petty quarrel.
  53. Tiffin- A light meal, especially lunch.
  54. Tift- Another term for a tiff; a slight fit of annoyance or anger.
  55. Tigress- A female tiger.
  56. Tight- Fixed, fastened, or closed firmly; hard to move or open.
  57. Tightrope- A rope or wire stretched taut and used by acrobats for balancing while walking.
  58. Tights- Close-fitting stretch trousers, typically worn by women and children.
  59. Tilde- A diacritical mark (~) used in some languages to denote a particular pronunciation.
  60. Tiller- A lever used to turn a boat’s rudder or to steer a sailboat.
  61. Tilt- a-whirl** – A type of amusement ride consisting of rotating platforms that spin freely while moving along undulating tracks.
  62. Timberline- The highest altitude at which trees are capable of growing on a mountain; above this line, the environment is too harsh.
  63. Timbre- The characteristic quality of a sound that distinguishes it from other sounds of the same pitch and volume.
  64. Timecard- A card used to record the hours worked by an employee.
  65. Timekeeper- A person or device that measures or records the amount of time taken by a process or activity.
  66. Timeline- A graphical representation of a period of time, on which important events are marked.
  67. Timepiece- A device, such as a clock or watch, for measuring and showing time.
  68. Timer- A device used to measure or monitor time for an activity.
  69. Timescale- A scale for measuring chronological time, such as ordination into decades, centuries, etc.
  70. Timetable- A detailed plan showing when events or activities are supposed to happen.
  71. Timework- Work paid according to the time spent doing it.
  72. Timeworn- Worn out or tired from overuse or age.
  73. Tin- opener** – A tool used to open tin cans.
  74. Tinderbox- A box containing flint, steel, and tinder, used historically to start fires. Metaphorically, a situation or state that could quickly become very dangerous or problematic.
  75. Tinfoil- Thin foil made of tin or an aluminium-based alloy, used for wrapping food.
  76. Tinge- A slight trace or degree of a color or substance.
  77. Tinsmith- A person who makes and repairs things made of tin or light metals.
  78. Tint- A shade or variety of a color.
  79. Tintype- A photograph taken as a positive on a thin tin plate.
  80. Tiny house- A very small house, typically less than 400 square feet, part of a movement advocating simplified living.
  81. Tip- off** – Private information given secretly, especially to gain an advantage.
  82. Tipple- To drink alcohol, especially in small quantities and often.
  83. Tipsily- In a slightly drunken manner.
  84. Tipster- A person who regularly gives information (especially to bookmakers) on probable winners of races, games, etc.
  85. Tiptop- The highest point or part; the summit or apex.
  86. Tirade- A long, angry speech of criticism or accusation.
  87. Tiramisu- A popular coffee-flavored Italian dessert.
  88. Tireless- Having or showing great energy or endurance; never getting tired.
  89. Tiresome- Causing one to feel bored or annoyed.
  90. Tissue- Fine, soft paper, typically used for wiping one’s nose.
  91. Titania- The queen of the fairies in Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
  92. Titanic- Relating to or denoting a very large ocean liner, famously the RMS Titanic.
  93. Tithe barn- A type of barn used in England during the Middle Ages for storing tithes.
  94. Titillate- Excite or arouse agreeably.
  95. Tittle- tattle** – Idle gossip or chatter.
  96. Titular- Existing in title only.
  97. Toiletries- Articles used in washing and taking care of one’s body, such as soap, shampoo, and toothpaste.
  98. Tokenism- The practice of making only a perfunctory or symbolic effort to do a particular thing.
  99. Tolerance- The ability or willingness to tolerate the existence of opinions or behavior that one dislikes or disagrees with.
  100. Tollgate- A gate across a road used for collecting tolls.

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