tine

[n] - prong on a fork or pitchfork
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Tine

• (n.) A tooth, or spike, as of a fork; a prong, as of an antler. • (n.) Trouble; distress; teen. • (v. t.) To kindle; to set on fire. • (v. i.) To kindle; to rage; to smart. • (v. t.) To shut in, or inclose.
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tine

noun prong on a fork or pitchfork or antler
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Tine

[company] TINE SA is the largest Norwegian dairy product cooperative consisting of around 15,000 farmers and 5,600 employees. As of 2013, it has a revenue of 20.4 billion Norwegian kroner (NOK).($3.41bn, £2.04bn, €2.50bn) The parent company, TINE SA, is a cooperative society owned by its suppliers, the milk producers who deliver milk to ...
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Tine

[structural] Tines or prongs are parallel or branching spikes forming parts of various tools and natural objects. They may be used to spear, hook, move or otherwise act on other objects. They may be made of metal, wood, bone or other hard, strong material. The number of tines (also written tynes) on tools varies widely – a pitchfork may h...
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Tine

Tine intransitive verb [ Confer Tine distress, or Tine to kindle.] To kindle; to rage; to smart. [ Obsolete] « Ne was there slave, ne was there medicine That mote recure their wounds; so inly they did tine Spenser.
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Tine

Tine noun [ See Teen affliction.] Trouble; distress; teen. [ Obsolete] 'Cruel winter's tine .' Spenser.
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Tine

Tine transitive verb [ See Tind .] To kindle; to set on fire. [ Obsolete] See Tind . 'To tine the cloven wood.' Dryden. « Coals of contention and hot vengeance tind Spenser.
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Tine

A rigid or sprung leg of a cultivator which carries a wearing 'point'.
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Tine

A slender prong of a fork or similar tool.
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Tine

A tine is a projecting sharp point such as of a fork, harrow or stag's antler.
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Tine

The prong of a fork.
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Tine

Tine is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `clean, pure` The name is very rarely given inthe United States. The name Tine is most commonly given to Flemish girls. It is short for: Justine The name sounds like: Tiny, Tinie Similar names are: Aine, Trine, Kine, Sine, Tiane
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tine

To kindle; to set on fire. See Tind. 'To tine the cloven wood.' 'Coals of contention and hot vegneance tind.' (Spenser) ... See: Tind. ... To kindle; to rage; to smart. 'Ne was there slave, ne was there medicine That mote recure their wounds; so inly they did tine.' (Spenser) ... Origin: Cf. Tine distress, or Tine to kindle. ... Source: Websters Di...
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tine

Type: Term Pronunciation: tīn Definitions: 1. In dentistry, the slender, pointed end of an explorer. 2. An instrument used to introduce antigen, such as tuberculin into the skin, and usually containing several individual tines.
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