The biggest of wild cat including the lion
these beautiful animals can come in Orange with black stripes, white and black stripes (these are very valuable ad rare) and a sort a maple colour with black stripes. They are usual found in Korea but can be found in other countries national parks. One park called Zion wildlife parks
has at least three white Tigers.
Dude my nan when to africa ad saw some lions, next she wants to go to Korea and look for Tigers.
A big orange and black striped liony thing with sharp claws and rather a nasty bite. They don't usually eat men but that's only because they don't usually get the chance. Obviously, if you live near a tiger it may consider eating you. Basically, what I am saying is - the further away you live from a tiger, the less chance you have of getting eaten by one. I live in Selhurst in South London and NOBODY here has been eaten by a tiger since 1922 and I'm not even sure that it was a real tiger then (although I suppose if it ate someone it must have been a large carnivore so it may as well have been a tiger as anything else). Perhaps it was some sort of mock-tiger. Or maybe a stripey bear or something. I don't know, I wasn't even born then and you know what old people are like... The whole thing is probably a tissue of lies from start to finish. Anyway, thats sort of what a tiger is. So thats cleared that up then. Actually, I don't know why I bothered. I've never met a single person who didn't have some idea of what a tiger was so it seems a bit pointless describing one. I don't really think that the purpose of urban dictionary is to define the bleeding obvious. It really seems to be a forum for 'street' types to say things like "Yo!" and "Your mutherfucking sister's a ho!" and "Janice is such a slut" etc. Even such people as this probably know what a tiger is.
" I say George, your hand looks sore."
" Yeah, a tiger bit me. It's true, honest, go on, hit me in the stomach!"
"Mary, you'll never get anywhere in life by just lying around without a head, you know."
"Gurgle gurgle gurgle"
(Translation: "This is true mother, but as a tiger has bitten off my head and eaten it, I'm afraid I have no choice. In fact, that is the very reason why I'm finding it a little difficult to communicate with you at the moment and so I shall stop forthwith. Goodbye for ever")
word of the day: April 29, 2005
1. Tiger is a word said condescendingly by someone at least 1 year older than someone else, often but not exclusively by a retiree to a teenager. It makes fun of the younger person's energetic, unlearned, immature, vicious, aggresive, dynamic persona.
2. A good friend.
3. An Acquaintance.
1. "Easy there, Tiger."
2. "Yo Tiger! Whattup?"
3. "Hey Tiger. Long time, no see."
a woman that rips the hell outta your back with her nails during sex.
" i've got scratches all over me from lastnight"
when a guy or girl is grrrreat in bed.
used as a sexual pet name.
When turned on, a guy or girl can say to the other...."Heeey tiger"
"You were a tiger in bed last night"
A very nice cat............
Careful, that Tiger will tear you apart!
The main Axis tank during World War II. It was heavily armored, but slow moving. Allied air strikes often bombed these tanks in order to help their Sherman tanks rule the battlefield.
Hans drove a Tiger, but it was bombed by An Allied fighter pilot.
1. a giant striped cat in asia
2. a fierce and willful person
3. a german war tank
4. a symbol of a totalitarian and oppressive government like fascism/nazism and communism
5. a symbol of military might and imperialism
1. Tigers are the biggest cats in the world
2. A person like a tiger
3. The Tiger tank was one of Germanys best
4. A tiger government is in power now, they are going to eat us alive.
5. An army as mighty as a tiger