tythe

[ tahyth ]
/ taɪð /

noun, verb (used with or without object), tythed, tyth·ing.British.

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Example sentences from the Web for tythe

  • Paradise Row, as every one knows, is right at the other end of the town, past the Tything.

  • Thus in the tything of Gillingham alone forty-five deaths are recorded, and in the neighbouring tything of Bourton seventeen.