Archaic. the European linden, Tilia europaea.
- Teilhard de Chardin
[te-yar duh shar-dan] /tɛ yar də ʃarˈdɛ̃/ noun 1. Pierre [pyer] /pyɛr/ (Show IPA), 1881–1955, French Jesuit priest, paleontologist, and philosopher. Teilhard de Chardin /French tɛjar də ʃardɛ̃/ noun 1. Pierre (pjɛr). 1881–1955, French Jesuit priest, palaeontologist, and philosopher. The Phenomenon of Man (1938–40), uses scientific evolution to prove the existence of God
- Teil tree
(an old name for the lime-tree, the tilia), Isa. 6:13, the terebinth, or turpentine-tree, the Pistacia terebinthus of botanists. The Hebrew word here used (elah) is rendered oak (q.v.) in Gen. 35:4; Judg. 6:11, 19; Isa. 1:29, etc. In Isa. 61:3 it is rendered in the plural “trees;” Hos. 4:13, “elm” (R.V., “terebinth”). Hos. 4:13, […]
noun, verb 1. a Scot and northern English word for tithe
noun 1. Tiresias. noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a blind prophet, usually said to have been blinded because he saw Athena bathing, and then to have been awarded the gift of prophecy as a consolation for his blindness. noun 1. (Greek myth) a blind soothsayer of Thebes, who revealed to Oedipus that the latter had murdered […]