Tythe vs. Tithe

Tythe vs. Tithe — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Tythe and Tithe

Tythenoun

obsolete spelling of tithe

Tithenoun

A portion of one's annual income contributed voluntarily or due as a tax, especially a contribution of one tenth of one's income for the support of the clergy or church.

Tytheverb

obsolete spelling of tithe

Tithenoun

The institution or obligation of paying tithes.

Tithenoun

A tax or assessment of one tenth.

Tithenoun

A tenth part.

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Tithenoun

A very small part.

Titheverb

To pay (a portion of one's income) as a tithe.

Titheverb

To levy a tithe on.

Titheverb

To pay a tithe.

Tithenoun

(archaic) A tenth.

Tithenoun

(historical) 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. Almost all the tithes of England and Wales are commuted by law into rent charges. The concept originates in the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament).

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Tithenoun

A contribution to one's religious community or congregation of worship (notably to the LDS church)

Tithenoun

A small part or proportion.

Tithenoun

(obsolete) A boon a grant or concession.

Titheadjective

(archaic) Tenth.

Titheadjective

(obsolete) Receiving a concession or grant; successful in prayer or request.

Titheverb

To give one-tenth or a tithe of something, particularly:

Titheverb

(transitive) To pay something as a tithe.

Titheverb

(transitive) To pay a tithe upon something.

Titheverb

(intransitive) To pay a tithe; to pay a 10% tax

Titheverb

To pay or offer as a levy in the manner of a tithe or religious tax.

Titheverb

To take one-tenth or a tithe of something, particularly:

Titheverb

(transitive) To impose a tithe upon someone or something.

Titheverb

(transitive) 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).

Titheverb

(transitive) To enforce or collect a tithe upon someone or something.

Titheverb

To decimate: to kill every tenth person, usually as a military punishment.

Titheverb

(intransitive) To enforce or collect a tithe.

Titheverb

To compose the tenth part of something.

Titheverb

To grant, concede.

Tithenoun

a levy of one tenth of something

Tithenoun

an offering of a tenth part of some personal income

Titheverb

exact a tithe from;

The church was tithed

Titheverb

levy a tithe on (produce or a crop);

The wool was thithed

Titheverb

pay one tenth of; pay tithes on, especially to the church;

He tithed his income to the Church

Titheverb

pay a tenth of one's income, especially to the church;

Although she left the church officially, she still tithes