1) In parts of the north the tithe was commonly known as the ‘teind’, a collateral form of ‘tenth’.
1444 to the vicer ... for offeryng and forgetyn tendes xs, Hull
1472 as for the teynd of Trinites ... I have takyn itt ... for xvj yere be Indenture, Pontefract
1521 hys seruande there, one Richard Orome ... manurid and maide the teynde hey within the seid towne, Middlethorpe
1648 payinge all teand moneys, Meltham. Used occasionally as a verb: 1511 corne, haye and grasse teyndyng ... left in the feld, Moor Monkton
1642 with teendinge of our lambes
as for the wooll it may bee teended and wayed, Elmswell.