1) A special day in the calendar, marking a fair or anniversary.
1584 there be three little fairs commonly called tyde days, Almondbury
1647 hee promised to get them before St James’ tyde, Thurlstone
1658 the suppressinge of wakes, feasts, tides, revellings at country weddings and sundry others such disorderly meetings, West Riding
1710 the Monday night after Bingleytyde Sunday, commonly called Crawmass day, Wilsden. Bradford’s Bowling Tide was the first week in August.