Definition of Tyned
1. tyne [v] - See also: tyne
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Literary usage of Tyned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Paisley Poets: With Brief Memoirs of Them, and Selections from Their Poetry by Robert Brown (1890)
"Sae I tyned my love, ... An' I tyned baith wealth an' fame ; Syne I turn'da sad, weary, minstrel wicht, Wi' the cauld warl' for my hame, ..."
2. The Scottish Minstrel: The Songs of Scotland Subsequent to Burns by Charles Rogers (1882)
"Sae I tyned my love an' I ... An' I tyned baith wealth an' fame ; Syne I turn'da sad, weary minstrel wicht, Wi' the cauld ..."
3. Index of Wills Proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury ...: And Now by John Challenor Covington Smith (1898)
"... Stoke in tyned, 1577 Hodder, William, Whitchurch, Somerset (PA) Dorset (Regr-) 9 Langley Marye Churche, Devon. [Grant revoked, and a new one io Oct. ..."