I doubt so. I've seen some reports of Mid 2012 MacBook Pro models struggling to run it, and clearly that does not look bright for a machine that is even older.
This guide could help, but I cannot guarantee that everything would work.
Many years ago, I used to have an iBook G3 'Clamshell' SE 466 that ran Tiger. It was the latest Mac OS X version that was supported by my Clamshell, but it ran Tiger at a pace of a turtle. Even with a 128 GB DuraDrive ET4 (FEK128MJ2E) and 576 MB of PC66 RAM, it was still very sluggish at best.
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