teind


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teind

(tiːnd)
n, vb
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a Scot and northern English word for tithe

teind


Past participle: teinded
Gerund: teinding

Imperative
teind
teind
Present
I teind
you teind
he/she/it teinds
we teind
you teind
they teind
Preterite
I teinded
you teinded
he/she/it teinded
we teinded
you teinded
they teinded
Present Continuous
I am teinding
you are teinding
he/she/it is teinding
we are teinding
you are teinding
they are teinding
Present Perfect
I have teinded
you have teinded
he/she/it has teinded
we have teinded
you have teinded
they have teinded
Past Continuous
I was teinding
you were teinding
he/she/it was teinding
we were teinding
you were teinding
they were teinding
Past Perfect
I had teinded
you had teinded
he/she/it had teinded
we had teinded
you had teinded
they had teinded
Future
I will teind
you will teind
he/she/it will teind
we will teind
you will teind
they will teind
Future Perfect
I will have teinded
you will have teinded
he/she/it will have teinded
we will have teinded
you will have teinded
they will have teinded
Future Continuous
I will be teinding
you will be teinding
he/she/it will be teinding
we will be teinding
you will be teinding
they will be teinding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been teinding
you have been teinding
he/she/it has been teinding
we have been teinding
you have been teinding
they have been teinding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been teinding
you will have been teinding
he/she/it will have been teinding
we will have been teinding
you will have been teinding
they will have been teinding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been teinding
you had been teinding
he/she/it had been teinding
we had been teinding
you had been teinding
they had been teinding
Conditional
I would teind
you would teind
he/she/it would teind
we would teind
you would teind
they would teind
Past Conditional
I would have teinded
you would have teinded
he/she/it would have teinded
we would have teinded
you would have teinded
they would have teinded
References in periodicals archive ?
As punishment, he is required to pay his father a teind, or tithe, every seven years of "silver, gold, or souls.
Now it's up to her to figure out how to break the curse of the teind and retrieve the children from the land of Faerie.
L: me polegi ammu mingisugust umberriietumist teind 'actually we haven't changed any clothes for ages'