noun & verbchiefly British
Another term for tag2.
More example sentences
- The chasing games alone include Disney tig (you shout ‘Mickey Mouse’ if caught), toilet tig (requiring a flushing arm movement) and ghost tig (played with eyes closed).
- They move around Leslie Travers' park design and climbing wall in free-running moves choreographed by Wayne Stables; they play tig, until Nicola plays a more dangerous game.
- Thanks to the wheelchair she can fetch things herself and even enjoy a game of tig with her brothers.
early 18th century: perhaps a variant of the verb tick1.