Could not find any definition of word "tieth"
Usage examples of "tieth".
Then she sent for me to visit her, and by the advice of Ravaloke I went, and she fondled me, and sought to get at the depth of my knowledge by a spell that tieth every faculty save the tongue, and it is the spell of vain longing.
It must have been around December the nineteenth, tieth, something like that.
Finally, a gruff voice had answered and cursed her roundly, demanding to know what she was doing, calling a pay phone on the corner of Sixth Avenue and Fif tieth Street.
Prince my brother-in-law is one that tieth to his heartstrings the remembrance of past benefits.
Boer War general, there was a poet uncle whose seven tieth birthday has been commemorated by the issue of a stamp, and another uncle interned during the Second World War, along with Mr Vorster, for pro-Nazi sympathies, there is even a cousin who was decorated posthumously for bravery in battle against Rommel at Alamein.