- the legislature of the Isle of Man, consisting of the lieutenant governor, the council, and the House of Keys.
Origin of Tynwald
< Old Norse thingvollr. See thing2
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And when they're making you Dempster, you'll back us up in the Tynwald Coort.
And when he goes to the Tynwald Coort there, it'll be lockjaw and the measles with some of them.
We're going up to Tynwald Coort on Tynwald day, two thousand strong.
On the top round of the Tynwald the King sat on a chair and faced to the east.The Little Manx Nation - 1891
You were on the top of the Tynwald, and there was a great crowd.
- 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
C15: from Old Norse thingvollr, from thing assembly + vollr field
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