from The Century Dictionary.
- Not subjected to tithes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Not subjected tithes.
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- adjective Against which no
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The last paragraph may be illustrated by the well-known story of the ass of R. Pinchas, which persistently objected to feed on untithed provender.
“But if one have eaten the untithed — or first tithes from which the heave offering has not been taken — or consecrated things which are unredeemed; or if the waiter have eaten less than the size of an olive, or a stranger be of the party?”
Because the poor might eat them untithed, thinking they were Peah.