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tith•ing



Pronunciation: (tī'&thslash;ing), [key]
n.
1. a tithe.
2. a giving or an exacting of tithes.
3. a grouping of men, originally 10 in number, for legal and security purposes in the Anglo-Saxon and Norman system of frankpledge.
4. a rural division in England, originally regarded as one tenth of a hundred, descended from this system.

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