[ tahyn ]
/ taɪn /
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a river in NE England, in Northumberland, flowing E into the North Sea. About 30 miles (48 km) long.
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How to use Tyne in a sentence
Mony tynes the half-mark whinger (for the halfe pennie whang).Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character|Edward Bannerman Ramsay
Colonel Tynes, two of his captains, and fifty-four British regulars were taken prisoners.With the Swamp Fox|James Otis
The step paused at a safe distance, and the shrill pipe of a little boy demanded, “Whar is ye, Ethan Tynes?”
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.A Complete Guide to Heraldry|Arthur Charles Fox-Davies
The antlers of the Hart are Attires, their branches are Tynes; and they are said to be attired of their antlers.The Handbook to English Heraldry|Charles Boutell
British Dictionary definitions for Tyne
/ (taɪn) /
a river in N England, flowing east to the North Sea. Length: 48 km (30 miles)
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