EtymologyFrom Old Saxon tehan.
EtymologyFrom the neuter of Latin tuus
- SAMPA: /tjE~/
- yours; The one belonging to you (singular)
Alternative spellingstīen or tīene are West Saxon forms, also represented by Anglian tēn or tēne.
Etymology, from . Cognate with Old Frisian tiān, Old High German zehan (German zehn), Old Saxon tehan (Dutch tien), Old Norse tíu (Icelandic tíu, Norwegian ti, Swedish tio), Gothic 𐍄𐌰𐌹𐌷𐌿𐌽; and, outside the Germanic languages, with Sanskrit दश, Greek δέκα, Latin decem, Old Irish deich (Irish deich), Slavic deset.
Tien(s) may refer to:
tien in Dutch: Tien