tiund (OSw) tiende (ODan) tiunt (OGu) tíund (ON) tiundi (OSw) tyund (OSw) noun

Tithes, generally consisting of a tenth of the annual income, were paid by householders for the maintenance of the priest, the bishop, the poor and the church building, though the number of beneficiaries and the distribution between them varied.


arable tithe OSw HL Kkb
tenth OSw ÖgL Kkb
tithe ODan SkKL 12
OGu GL A 3, 13
OIce Grg Klþ 4, 5 Ómb 143 Feþ 163 Hrs 234 Tíg 255, 259
OIce Kge 31, 34 Llb 69
OIce KRA 4, 13
ONorw BorgL 11.1
ONorw EidsL 31.3
ONorw FrL KrbA 18 KrbB 17
ONorw GuL Krb, Arb
OSw ÄVgL Kkb, Gb
OSw DL Kkb, Rb
OSw HL Kkb
OSw KrL Rb Hb
OSw MEL Rb
OSw SdmL Kkb, Till
OSw SmL
OSw UL Kkb, Rb
OSw VmL Kkb, Rb
OSw YVgL Kkb, Gb, Add

Expressions:

tíund hin meiri (ON)

capital tithe OIce Grg Klþ 18 Arþ 127 Feþ 144, 163

Refs:

Cleasby and Vigfússon s.v. tíund; Fritzner s.v. tíund; Gerhold 2002, 207−08; Hertzberg s.v. tíund; KLNM s.v.v. fattigvård, tiend; Lindkvist 1998

Citation
  • ‘tiund’. A Lexicon of Medieval Nordic Law.

  • http://www.dhi.ac.uk/lmnl/nordicheadword/displayPage/5350
    (05/26/2024)