Tyne (?), v. t. [Icel. tna.]

To lose.

[Obs. or Scot.] "His bliss gan he tyne." Piers Plowman. Sir W. Scott.

 

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Tyne, v. i.

To become lost; to perish.

[Obs.]

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Tyne, n. [See Tine a prong.] Zool.

A prong or point of an antler.

 

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Tyne, n. [See Teen, n.]

Anxiety; tine.

[Obs.] "With labor and long tyne."

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