how to pronounce tithe

taɪð

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meanings of tithe

verb:

  1. To spare only every tenth person, killing the rest (usually in relation to the sacking of the episcopal seat at Canterbury by the pagan Danes in 1011).
  2. To take one-tenth or a tithe of something.
  3. To pay a tithe; to pay a 10% tax.
  4. To pay a tithe upon something.
  5. To pay something as a tithe.
  6. To give one-tenth or a tithe of something.
  7. To grant, concede.
  8. To compose the tenth part of something.
  9. To pay or offer as a levy in the manner of a tithe or religious tax.
  10. To enforce or collect a tithe.
  11. To decimate: to kill every tenth person, usually as a military punishment.
  12. To enforce or collect a tithe upon someone or something.
  13. To impose a tithe upon someone or something.

noun:

  1. A boon (a grant or concession).
  2. A contribution to one's religious community or congregation of worship (notably to the LDS church).
  3. A small part or proportion.
  4. The tenth part of the increase arising from the profits of land and stock, allotted to the clergy for their support, as in England, or devoted to religious or charitable uses.
  5. A tenth.

adjective:

  1. Tenth.
  2. Receiving a concession or grant; successful in prayer or request.

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