Headtire

Head´tire`

    (~tīr`)
n.1.A headdress.
2.The manner of dressing the head, as at a particular time and place.
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8d (Extract [11]), and perhaps also the payment to Mistress Rogers, "the Tyrewoman," who charged 77 shillings and sixpence ([5]), presumably for the headtires, wigs, and hairpieces worn by the Goddesses.