tith

Tith vs Offering - What's the difference?

tith | offering |


As an adjective tith

is (obsolete) tight; nimble.

As a verb offering is

.

As a noun offering is

an act of offering.

Terms vs Tith - What's the difference?

terms | tith |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective tith is

(obsolete) tight; nimble.

Tith vs Teth - What's the difference?

tith | teth |


As an adjective tith

is (obsolete) tight; nimble.

As a noun teth is

the ninth letter of many semitic alphabets/abjads (phoenician, aramaic, hebrew, syriac, arabic and others).

Tilth vs Tith - What's the difference?

tilth | tith |


As a noun tilth

is the state of being tilled, or prepared for a crop; culture.

As an adjective tith is

(obsolete) tight; nimble.

Tith vs Tithi - What's the difference?

tith | tithi |


As an adjective tith

is (obsolete) tight; nimble.

As a proper noun tithi is

romanization of an indian female given name .

Tith vs Sith - What's the difference?

tith | sith |


As an adjective tith

is (obsolete) tight; nimble.

As a noun sith is

fairy.

Tith vs Titi - What's the difference?

tith | titi |


As an adjective tith

is (obsolete) tight; nimble.

As a verb titi is

.

Tith vs Gith - What's the difference?

tith | gith |


As an adjective tith

is (obsolete) tight; nimble.

As a noun gith is

the corncockle.

Tith vs Tithe - What's the difference?

tith | tithe |


As adjectives the difference between tith and tithe

is that tith is (obsolete) tight; nimble while tithe is (archaic) tenth.

As a noun tithe is

(archaic) a tenth.

As a verb tithe is

(transitive) to collect a tithe.

Tath vs Tith - What's the difference?

tath | tith |


As a noun tath

is the dung of livestock left on a field to serve as manure or fertiliser.

As a verb tath

is to manure (land) by pasturing cattle on it, or causing them to lie upon it.

As an adjective tith is

(obsolete) tight; nimble.

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