[ tin-wuhld ]
/ ˈtɪn wəld /
the legislature of the Isle of Man, consisting of the lieutenant governor, the council, and the House of Keys.
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Origin of Tynwald
<Old Norse thingvollr.
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How to use Tynwald in a sentence
The roads are under the management of a board appointed by the Tynwald Court, a surveyor-general, and parochial surveyors.
That's reminding me, Phil—the boys are at me to get you to petition the Tynwald Court for better harbours.
The crowd on Tynwald had now gathered thick down the neck of the enclosure and dense round the mount.
This assembly of people and Church in joint session assented, and the desires of the people became Acts of Tynwald.
British Dictionary definitions for Tynwald
the Tynwald the Parliament of the Isle of Man, consisting of the crown, lieutenant governor, House of Keys, and legislative councilFull name: the Tynwald Court
Word Origin for Tynwald
C15: from Old Norse thingvollr, from thing assembly + vollr field
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