Tis is a short way for writing "It is"
by MaRk** April 3, 2003
Middle English/Early Modern English contraction of "it is".
Tis a way of speaking no longer used.

Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrow of outrageous fortune. (A line of the soliloquy from Shakespear's Hamlet)
by Sorwen November 4, 2011
The mysterious and poorly-defined zone of flesh marking the transition between the penis and the balls. Contrary to the more exclusive taint, 'tis, at the same time, both your dick and your balls.
"It's not a real BJ if the lips don't hit the tis"
"I was tis deep"
by mtray February 15, 2018
A conjunction used instead of saying it is or it's.
the word was the most popular in the medi-evil era,

commonly in shakespearian play
but is used modernlys as well.
girl-whats your name?
boy- "tis" jeremy
girl- oh how pleasent
by Aletse April 21, 2010
The Danish word for pee (urine).
Morgentis plejer at lugte særligt dårligt.
by Pastaklovn August 6, 2008
a word used to describe literally any noun.
*facetimes friend and friend picks up*

you: hello tis! How for art thou?
friend: tis doing good.
by zestie August 28, 2018