WA pres. typys, past pl. typed
'tip'(Modern English tip)
The origin of ME tippen 'fall, knock down, overturn, etc.' is obscure, but MED tentatively suggests an ON etymon, comparing Sw tippa 'to tip, dump', which has been connected with dial tuppa and typped (adj.) (see further Mag. and Hellquist).
Proposed ON Etymon (OIcel representative)
Other Scandinavian Reflexes
Phonological and morphological markers
Found in names and texts from the 14c. onwards, mostly from the N., incl. WA.
Occurrences in the Gersum Corpus
Pat 506; WA 1303, 1418
Both instances from WA are unique to the D MS; A reads tiltis at 1303 and tilt at 1418.