Definition of Teinded
1. teind [v] - See also: teind
Lexicographical Neighbors of Teinded
teinded (current term)
Literary usage of Teinded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. What are Teinds?: An Account of the History of Tithes in Scotland by William George Black (1893)
"... but the heritor was obliged to protect from cattle the corn he teinded for the backward titular for eight days on the field.1 But the custom of ..."
2. History of England from the Accession of James I. to the Outbreak of the by Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1905)
"... and dry, They cannot get them teinded ; nay, and why ? Some grudge or malice moves despight to wound The hopeful harvest, and rot their corns on ground. ..."
3. The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland by Scotland Privy Council (1901)
"... and thereafter went to the ground of the saids lands of Horsley and there teinded the cornes ..."
4. Decisions of the Court of Session: From November 1825 to [20th July 1841] by John Tawse, F. Somerville, John Craigie, George Robinson, Scotland Court of Session, Charles Gordon Robertson, Scotland High Court of Justiciary, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Faculty of Advocates (Scotland) (1839)
"... had never been separated, and that the lands consequently have never been teinded. But this valuable term, ' et nunquam antea separatis,' is not here; ..."
5. The Personal Government of Charles I.: A History of England from the by Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1877)
"... and dry, They cannot get them teinded; nay, and why ? Some grudge or malice moves despight to wound The hopeful harvest, and rot their corns on ground. ..."
6. Treatise on the Law of Scotland on the Subject of Teinds Or Tithes by William Buchanan (1862)
"Waste lands, though never before teinded, become teind- able, or subject to parsonage teind, as soon as they are made productive by cultivation. ..."