How to Pronounce tyne?

Correct pronunciation for the word "tyne" is [tˈa͡ɪn], [tˈa‍ɪn], [t_ˈaɪ_n].

What are the misspellings for tyne?

  • tynes,
  • tynse,
  • tyns

"Tyne" in context

Tyne is a river in England and Scotland, which originates on Lamb Hill in Northumberland. It has a length of 115km and is the second longest river flowing through England after the Thames. It is historically significant, as it was the first river in Britain to be crossed by a bridge in the 18th century. The Tyne is a major port and the gateway from the east of England to the Scottish coast, and has therefore been a major contributor to the industrialisation of northern England. It is famous for its shipbuilding, which began in the early 18th century and continues to the present day.


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