(Two"-tongued`) a. Double-tongued; deceitful. Sandys.
(Twy"blade`) n. See Twayblade.
(Ty"-all`) n. Something serving to tie or secure. [Obs.] Latimer.
(Ty"burn tick`et) [So called in allusion to Tyburn, formerly a place of execution in England.]
(O. Eng. Law) A certificate given to one who prosecutes a felon to conviction, exempting him from certain
parish and ward offices.
(Ty*chon"ic) a. Of or pertaining to Tycho Brahe, or his system of astronomy.
(Ty*coon") n. [Chinese tai-kun great prince.] The title by which the shogun, or former commander
in chief of the Japanese army, was known to foreigners.
(Ty"dy) n. (Zoöl.) Same as Tidy.
1. A knot; a tie. [R.] See Tie.
2. (Naut.) A chain or rope, one end of which passes through the mast, and is made fast to the center
of a yard; the other end is attached to a tackle, by means of which the yard is hoisted or lowered.
3. (Mining) A trough for washing ores. Knight.
(Tye), v. t. See Tie, the proper orthography.
(Ty"er) n. One who ties, or unites. [R.]
(Ty*foon") n. See Typhoon.
(Ty"ger) n. (Zoöl.) A tiger. [Obs.]
(Ty"ing) p. pr. of Tie.
(Ty"ing), n. (Mining) The act or process of washing ores in a buddle.
(Tyke) n. See 2d Tike.
(||Ty"la*rus) n.; pl. Tylari [NL., fr. Gr. ty`lh a cushion.] (Zoöl.) One of the pads on the under
surface of the toes of birds.
(Ty"ler) n. See 2d Tiler.
(||Ty*lop"o*da) n. pl. [NL., from ty`lh a cushion + -poda.] (Zoöl.) A tribe of ungulates comprising
(||Ty*lo"sis) n.; pl. Tyloses [NL., fr. Gr. ty`los a lump, knot.] (Bot.) An intrusion of one vegetable
cell into the cavity of another, sometimes forming there an irregular mass of cells. Goodale.
(Tym"bal) n. [F. timbale, Sp. timbal; cf. atabal; probably of Arabic origin. Cf. Atabal, Timbrel.]
A kind of kettledrum. [Written also trimbal.]
A tymbal's sound were better than my voice.Prior.