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thole

 (thōl)
n.
A thole pin.

[Middle English tholle, from Old English thol; see teuə- in Indo-European roots.]

thole

(θəʊl) or

tholepin

n
(Nautical Terms) a wooden pin or one of a pair, set upright in the gunwales of a rowing boat to serve as a fulcrum in rowing
[Old English tholl, related to Middle Low German dolle, Norwegian toll, Icelandic thollr]

thole

(θəʊl)
vb
1. (tr) dialect Scot and Northern English to put up with; bear
2. an archaic word for suffer
[Old English tholian; related to Old Saxon, Old High German tholōn, Old Norse thola to endure: compare Latin tollere to bear up]

thole

(θoʊl)

n.
a pin, or either of two pins, inserted into a gunwale to provide a fulcrum for an oar. Also called thole′pin` (-ˌpɪn)
[before 900; Middle English tholle, Old English tholl, c. Old Frisian tholl, Old Norse thollr fir tree, peg]

thole


Past participle: tholed
Gerund: tholing

Imperative
thole
thole
Present
I thole
you thole
he/she/it tholes
we thole
you thole
they thole
Preterite
I tholed
you tholed
he/she/it tholed
we tholed
you tholed
they tholed
Present Continuous
I am tholing
you are tholing
he/she/it is tholing
we are tholing
you are tholing
they are tholing
Present Perfect
I have tholed
you have tholed
he/she/it has tholed
we have tholed
you have tholed
they have tholed
Past Continuous
I was tholing
you were tholing
he/she/it was tholing
we were tholing
you were tholing
they were tholing
Past Perfect
I had tholed
you had tholed
he/she/it had tholed
we had tholed
you had tholed
they had tholed
Future
I will thole
you will thole
he/she/it will thole
we will thole
you will thole
they will thole
Future Perfect
I will have tholed
you will have tholed
he/she/it will have tholed
we will have tholed
you will have tholed
they will have tholed
Future Continuous
I will be tholing
you will be tholing
he/she/it will be tholing
we will be tholing
you will be tholing
they will be tholing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tholing
you have been tholing
he/she/it has been tholing
we have been tholing
you have been tholing
they have been tholing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tholing
you will have been tholing
he/she/it will have been tholing
we will have been tholing
you will have been tholing
they will have been tholing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tholing
you had been tholing
he/she/it had been tholing
we had been tholing
you had been tholing
they had been tholing
Conditional
I would thole
you would thole
he/she/it would thole
we would thole
you would thole
they would thole
Past Conditional
I would have tholed
you would have tholed
he/she/it would have tholed
we would have tholed
you would have tholed
they would have tholed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.thole - a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds the oar in place and acts as a fulcrum for rowingthole - a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds the oar in place and acts as a fulcrum for rowing
dinghy, dory, rowboat - a small boat of shallow draft with cross thwarts for seats and rowlocks for oars with which it is propelled
holder - a holding device; "a towel holder"; "a cigarette holder"; "an umbrella holder"
Translations

thole

[θəʊl] Nescálamo m

thole

n (Naut) → Dolle f, → Riemenauflage f
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