Thitherto to Though
(Thith"er*to`) adv. To that point; so far. [Obs.]
(Thith"er*ward) adv. To ward that place; in that direction.
They shall ask the way to Zion, with their faces thitherward.Jer. l. 5.
(Thit"see) n. [Written also theesee, and thietsie.]
1. (Bot.) The varnish tree of Burmah (Melanorrha usitatissima).
2. A black varnish obtained from the tree.
(||Thlip"sis) n. [NL., fr. Gr. pressure, fr. to press.] (Med.) Compression, especially constriction
of vessels by an external cause.
(Tho) def. art. The. [Obs.] Spenser.
(Tho), pron. pl. Those. [Obs.]
This knowen tho that be to wives bound.Chaucer.
(Tho), adv. [AS. þa.] Then. [Obs.] Spenser.
To do obsequies as was tho the guise.Chaucer.
(Tho), conj. Though. [Reformed spelling.]
(Thole) n. [Written also thowel, and thowl.] [OE. thol, AS. þol; akin to D. dol, Icel. þollr a fir
tree, a young fir, a tree, a thole.]
1. A wooden or metal pin, set in the gunwale of a boat, to serve as a fulcrum for the oar in rowing. Longfellow.
2. The pin, or handle, of a scythe snath.
Thole pin. Same as Thole.
(Thole), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Tholed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Tholing.] [OE. þolen, þolien, AS. þolian; akin
to OS. tholon, OHG. dolen, G. geduld patience, dulden to endure, Icel. þola, Sw. tåla, Dan. taale,
Goth. þulan, L. tolerate, tulisse, to endure, bear, tollere to lift, bear, Gr. to bear, Skr. tul to lift. &radic55.
Cf. Tolerate.] To bear; to endure; to undergo. [Obs. or Scot.] Gower.
So much woe as I have with you tholed.Chaucer.
To thole the winter's steely dribble.Burns.
(Thole), v. i. To wait. [Prov. Eng. & Scot.]
(Tho*mæ"an, Tho*me"an) n. (Eccl. Hist.) A member of the ancient church of Christians established
on the Malabar coast of India, which some suppose to have been originally founded by the Apostle Thomas.
(Tho"mism Tho"ma*ism) n. (Eccl. Hist.) The doctrine of Thomas Aquinas, esp. with respect
to predestination and grace.
(Tho"mist) n. (Eccl. Hist.) A follower of Thomas Aquinas. See Scotist.
(Tho"mite) n. (Eccl. Hist.) A Thomæan.