When the stag is said to be attired of ten or any other number of tynes, it means that there are so many points to its horns.
Quincys, Nortons, tynes, all shook their heads emphatically.
Colonel tynes, two of his captains, and fifty-four British regulars were taken prisoners.
tynes had collected a second force, and, penetrating the forests of Black river, was approaching the camp of our partisan.
The most of tynes' men, soon after joined Gen. Marion, and fought bravely.
The antlers of the Hart are Attires, their branches are tynes; and they are said to be attired of their antlers.
Mony tynes the half-mark whinger (for the halfe pennie whang).
Old English tind, a general Germanic word (cf. Old High German zint "sharp point, spike," Old Norse tindr "tine, point, top, summit," German Zinne "pinnacle"), of unknown origin.
The slender pointed end of an instrument, such as an explorer used in dentistry.
An instrument usually containing several individual prongs and used to introduce antigen, such as tuberculin, into the skin.