Definitions

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  • proper noun A dialect, also known as Yorkshire, spoken in the county of Yorkshire.
  • noun a Yorkshireman
  • noun soccer someone connected with Barnsley Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.

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Examples

  • Taik (pronounced "Tyke") can jump over the 8- foot backyard fence and would spend the day killing cats and risking death; Lash is jealous of her status, thinks she is my mistress and that only Libby ranks above, and dominates all the dogs but the Alpha male Plummer, yielding even to him only on food (Taik will submit but only if Lash is gentle about it; otherwise she will fight back hard).

    The Tazi Girls

  • "Tyke" or "Farebrother" on a piece of paper and slipped it into

    Middlemarch

  • A brief but still hot discussion followed before each person wrote "Tyke" or "Farebrother" on a piece of paper and slipped it into a glass tumbler; and in the mean time Mr. Bulstrode saw Lydgate enter.

    Middlemarch: a study of provincial life (1900)

  • "Tyke" or "Farebrother" on a piece of paper and slipped it into a glass tumbler; and in the mean time Mr. Bulstrode saw Lydgate enter.

    Middlemarch

  • A magistrate having asked him whether it was a fact that the dog was present at most of the fires that occurred in the metropolis, the fireman replied that he never knew "Tyke," as he was called, to be absent from a fire upon any occasion that he (the fireman) attended himself.

    Anecdotes of Dogs

  • Yes | No | Report from Tyke wrote 18 weeks 2 days ago

    Scouts Ban Knives in Great Britain

  • Yes | No | Report from Tyke wrote 18 weeks 2 days ago

    Scouts Ban Knives in Great Britain

  • But with Williamson now retired, Smith is seeing a lot of different drills with coach Tyke Tolbert.

    Carolina Panthers Team Report

  • In 2002 he scored 193 for India at Headingley as England were demolished by an innings to give the Yorkshire public the century they had craved 10 years earlier – and no Tyke begrudged him.

    Sachin Tendulkar's Yorkshire roots helped make him a master of modesty

  • In 2002 he scored 193 for India at Headingley as England were demolished by an innings to give the Yorkshire public the century they had craved 10 years earlier – and no Tyke begrudged him.

    Sachin Tendulkar's Yorkshire roots helped make him a master of modesty

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