5 letter words starting with TIR

5 letter words starting with TIR in English

5 letter words starting with TIRE

Common 5 letter words starting with TIR with meaning

Parts of Speech:


  • Feeling or showing the need for rest and sleep
  • Exhausted or fatigued, either physically or mentally
  • US: /ˈtaɪrd/
  • UK: /ˈtʌɪəd/
Origin and Usage:

The word "tired" originated in the 14th century from the Old English word "tyred" meaning "weary of, bored with". It is commonly used to describe a state of exhaustion or fatigue, either physically or mentally. The word is often used in everyday conversation and writing.

  • Exhausted
  • Fatigued
  • Weary
  • Drained
  • Spent
Related Words:
  • Drain
  • Wired
  • Tripe
  • Flair
  • Crave
Example Sentences:
  • She felt tired after running a marathon.
  • He was too tired to finish his homework.
  • The long day left her feeling tired and drained.
  • After a long week of work, he was tired and ready for the weekend.
Parts of Speech

Tires is a noun and a verb.


As a noun, tires refer to the rubber coverings of wheels that provide traction and reduce road shock. As a verb, tires means to become weary or to make someone or something become weary.


US: /ˈtaɪərz/

UK: /ˈtʌɪəz/

Origin and Usage

The word tires originated from the Middle English word "tire," which means "to adorn." The noun form of tires has been used since the 15th century, while the verb form has been used since the 16th century. Tires are an essential part of vehicles, and the tire industry is a significant contributor to the global economy.


As a noun: wheels, tyres (UK), rubber, treads.

As a verb: exhaust, wear out, fatigue, drain.

Related Words

tyres (UK), tides, tiers, tries, rites.

Example Sentences
  • He needs to replace the tires on his car before winter comes.
  • The bike tires were flat, so he had to pump them up.
  • She tires easily after a long day at work.
  • Walking up the steep hill tires him out.