To kindle; to set on fire. See Tind. To tine the cloven wood. Coals of contention and hot vegneance tind. (Spenser)

See: Tind.

To kindle; to rage; to smart. Ne was there slave, ne was there medicine That mote recure their wounds; so inly they did tine. (Spenser)

Origin: Cf. Tine distress, or Tine to kindle.

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