noun, verb (used with or without object), tythed, tyth·ing.British.
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The French Constitution has abolished tythes, that source of perpetual discontent between the tythe-holder and the parishioner.The Writings of Thomas Paine, Volume II|Thomas Paine
Aug. 20th to 27th, much disquietnes and controversy abowt the tythe corne of Hulme.The Private Diary of Dr. John Dee|John Dee
The Vicar of West-Ham also held one acre of meadow, assigned to him for his tythe for the whole meadow; and 13s.Chronicles of London Bridge|Richard Thompson
He has been with the Tythe Owner, whom Martin knows very well.
Ikey listened to him, with closed eyes, and did not seem to comprehend a tythe of what he heard.Three Courses and a Dessert|Anonymous