The Meaning Of Tiffin Throughout The Ages
Tiffin (ti.fin), noun. First used in 1785. In India and neighboring eastern countries. A light midday meal; luncheon. Hence Ti.ffin, intransitive verb, to take tiffin, to lunch.
- adapted from The Oxford Universal English Dictionary, 1937
Tiffin (tif'fin), - noun.
1. An upscale Maryland Indian restaurant where mouth wateringly fragrant dishes uplift the heart and soul of all who choose to eat there.
2. A delicately spiced meal served at the Tiffin. - intransitive verb.
3. To eat lunch or dinner at the Tiffin in Maryland. Hence by extension.
4. to Tiffin, to gather with friends at the Tiffin for a delectable meal, whether at lunch or dinner. - transitive verb.
5. to provide lunch and dinner for and serve delicious meals to, patrons of the Tiffin; an art in itself. Something the management, chefs, and waiters at the Tiffin do each day and night withd Tiffin loving care.