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Learned borrowing from Old English þyle; compare Old Norse þulr.

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thyle (plural thyles)

  1. (historical) A member of an early medieval Scandinavian or Anglo-Saxon court whose exact function is now unclear, but appears to roughly have been that of an authority on the fields of history and legend, especially their recital and interpretation.

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