T.I.L. (Today I Learned)
Often used as a space saver on websites such as Reddit or DIGG when writing the titles of links to interesting things the submitter has learned that day.
TIL that a meter is the distance light travels in 299,792,458ths of a second.
by zBriGuy August 21, 2009
This is Lanka, a derivative of TIA (This is Africa) but for Sri Lanka.
Nimal: Ado bung where's the stuff we got shipped?
Hashella: I don't know, they must have knicked it :(
Nimal: Are you serious?
Hashella: Til my friend.
Nimal: Til?
Hashella: This is Lanka
by LankanHero April 9, 2011
OMG I'm soooo TIL with Brad.
Brad and I are tilling it up tonight.
I'm overtil!
Is TIL out tonight?
I spotted TIL at the gym today!
by I can't evenTO November 23, 2014
That Is Lame. Used when you find something lame.
Example 1:

Guy 1: Hey man i just lost a dollar
Guy 2: Jeez, TIL

Example 2:

Guy 1: Why did the monkey eat oranges?
Guy 2: Why?
Guy 1: Because he's a monkey!
Guy 2: TIL
by The Vizard November 12, 2010
1. Things I Learned and/or Thought I Learned, 2. Things I Learned and/or Think I Learned.

When you have a minor epiphany, and realize or see something from a new perspective which causes you to at least smile to yourself about your genius.
Hay, Good day for white wedding. Today mine was about the use Hay as a greeting. Hay was then and is now the acronym for "How Are You? Remember the reply to Hay' was "hay is for horses" , well actually you were right. In this day of acronyms it fits. Thus, TIL/TIL
by RTPNick November 17, 2016
Common misspelling of "till", as in "until". Look it up.
'Til death do us… wait, how does that go again?
by Ulmanor August 24, 2008
'til is the correct abbreviation of until and not a 'Common misspelling of "till", as in "until".'
Till is the common misspelling of until, but is in fact a cash register or a preparation of soil in readiness for planting.
Until is a future time reference.
Now I will have to wait 'til you get yourselves a dictionary to learn how to correctly spell!
by Repete456 December 23, 2009