vb. (context Scots, Geordie English) (en-past of: tell)
Usage examples of "telt".
But then those sharp, aquamarine eyes narrowed, and Ifistan telt something begin to close in around him.
People no longer telt the same obligation to obey diose whom they had previously considered superior to themselves in age, rank, status, expertise, character, or talents.
So his Mam telt him aboot this huge store o’ wealth in the goaf under Tynemouth Priory, guarded by infernal spirits set there by a powerful sorcerer.
Even before he contacted the Nyjord fleet he must tell Hys and his rebel army what had happened to Telt and his sand car.