Dictionary of Thieving Slang, 1737

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TIP

TIP, to give or lend: Tip your Lour or Cole or I'll mill ye; Give me your Money, or I'll kill ye. Tip the COle to Adam Tiler; Give your Pick-pocket Money presently to your running Comrade. Tip the Mish; Give me the Shirt. Tip me a Hog; Lend me a Shilling. Tip it all off; Drink it all off at a Draught. Don't spoil his Tip; Don't baulk his Draught. A Tub of good Tip; (for Tipple) a Cask of strong Drink. To tip off, also signifies to die.

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